axiomatically axiomatically

Definition(s):

  • (adv) on the basis of axioms

Usage(s):

  1. These days, "anything important to China and Japan axiomatically becomes important to the West," says Guttentag.
  2. Thus by a single coup de politique the Great Power whose name stands axiomatically for a free Parliament and free speech, deprived Egyptians of all parliamentary or democratic .
  3. Emanuel Derman writes (via Felix): The EMH, if you don't take it too literally and get carried away about axiomatically defining strong, weak and other kinds of efficiency as .

News

  • The Best and Worst Super Bowl Ads of 2014—Plus More Superlatives

    According to the USA Today Ad Meter, the most popular Super Bowl commercial yesterday was Budweiser's perfectly Budweisery spot, "Puppy Love." The worst ad, naturally, was the "GoDaddy" ad, because GoDaddy ads are, axiomatically, the worst. The spot: Watching the Super Bowl when your team isn't playing is like going to high school prom and watching your crush dance with some hotshot, while you ...
    on February 3, 2014     Source: The Atlantic via Yahoo! Finance

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