NounDoctrine (plural Doctrines)
- A belief or tenet, especially about philosophical or theological matters.
- The body of teachings of a religion, or a religious leader, organization, group or text.
Adjectives for Doctrine
dismal; dangerous; fundamental; heretical; pernicious; incestuous; outworn; decided; zealous; positive; blessed; conflicting; revolutionary; mystical; audacious; subversive; traditional; exoteric; recondite; cold; abstract; sound; pleasant; sensational; elevated; valid; accursed; denominational; living; recurring; enlarging; rigid; evil; deliberate; vulgar; licentious; nefarious; blighting; barbarous; opposite; cherished; characteristic; unflinching; republican; unedifying; undefiled; devilish; dubious; her-meneutical; time-honored; orthodox; comfortable; vague; pregnant; imported; erroneous; traditive; evolutionary; heterodox; wildest; primary; essential; tantalizing; evangelical; shallow; bold; religious; horrible; sentimental; deistical; contrary; practical.
Verbs for Doctrine
accept—adhere to—; adopt—; advocate—; attack—; believe—; blaspheme—; bolster—; challenge—; commit to—; concur in—; define—; demolish—; derive—from; echo—; enunciate—; epitomize—; espouse—; expound—; illustrate—; immerse in—; impart—; inculcate—; invoke—; nullify—; obey—; pledge to—; practise—; preach—; promulgate—; propound—; put forth—; refer to—; reject—; sin against—; spread—; teach—; understand—; unite in—; —astounds; —confounds; —embraces ; —governs.
Synonyms for Doctrine
Antonyms for Doctrine
Athanasian Creed, Catechism, Nicene Creed, a belief, article of faith, articles of faith, articles of religion, axiom, basic, belief, canon, concept, conviction, credenda, credo, creed, dogma, faith, fundamental, idea, instruction, maxim, opinion, orthodoxy, postulate, precept, principle, proposition, religion, religious belief, religious faith, system of beliefs, teaching, tenet, theology, theory, thesis, tradition
Doctrine f. (plural Doctrines)