An ex lover is invited in a marriage. What’s there in it for us?
An X (ex) invited on marriage day is trouble
This is a universally recognized principle
Word – Axiom
Meaning – A universally recognized principle
Part of Speech – noun
Synonyms – principle, theorem, adage, precept
Antonyms – nonsense, absurdity
1 If we all are gifted and special why doesn’t it look like it? The answer lies in an axiom we follow religiously: play it safe.
2 Save the environment is a universally accepted axiom then why aren’t stronger measures been taken to save this planet.
3 Isn’t it a historically accurate axiom that ‘history repeats itself’?
4 In many old axioms lies the wisdom of our forefathers.
5 ‘Money attracts money’ is a popular axiom we use whenever we discuss finance.
6 When I asked him to prove his statement, he said that it was an axiom.
Under the Lens: Difference between Axiom, Principle and Theorem
These words indicate statements of fact or generality which are considered to be true or fundamental.
Principle is the most general of these terms. In this context it means a fundamental, primary or general law from which others are derived.
An axiom is a statement that is considered to be true. It is self-evident and doesn’t need to be proven.
A theorem is derived from axioms and other logical connectives. It is not self-evident and needs to be proven.