Simple Definition of disciplinary
: intended to correct or punish bad behavior : of or relating to discipline
Full Definition of disciplinary
1 a : of or relating to discipline <disciplinary problems> b : designed to correct or punish breaches of discipline <took disciplinary action>
2 : of or relating to a particular field of study <disciplinary specialization>
Examples of disciplinary
The committee is considering disciplinary measures against him.
<called for disciplinary actions in response to the outrageous behavior>
First Known Use of disciplinary
Rhymes with disciplinary
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