187 - Dictum

Dictum : Noun

  1. a statement that expresses something that people believe is always true or should be followed (Oxford)

2. a short statement, especially one expressing advice or a general truth (Cambridge)

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Sentence (s)

  1. Every storyteller should remember Aristotle’s dictum that a story must have a beginning, a middle and an end. (Oxford)
  2. He followed the famous American dictum "Don't get mad, get even". (Cambridge)

Phrases & Connected Words

  • Aristotle’s dictum
  • famous American dictum "Don't get mad, get even"

Synonym(s)

  1. Maxim
  2. Precept

Antonym(s)

  1. Silliness
  2. Absurdity

Word Family

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