Definitions for axiomaticˌæk si əˈmæt ɪk
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ax•i•o•mat•icˌæk si əˈmæt ɪk(adj.)
pertaining to or of the nature of an axiom; self-evident.
Origin of axiomatic:
1790–1800; < Gk
axiomatic, self-evident, taken for granted(p)(adj)
evident without proof or argument
"an axiomatic truth"; "we hold these truths to be self-evident"
containing aphorisms or maxims
axiomatic, axiomatical, postulational(adj)
of or relating to or derived from axioms
"axiomatic physics"; "the postulational method was applied to geometry"- S.S.Stevens
Evident without proof or argument.
Of or pertaining to an axiom.
alt. of Axiomatical
Axiomatic is the third studio album by Australian rock band Taxiride, released in September, 2005. Three singles were taken from this album, "Oh Yeah", "You Gotta Help Me" and "What Can I Say". Taxiride made it clear in interviews leading up to the release of this album that they would be breaking away from the radio-friendly pop-rock sound of their two previous albums, and instead they would adopt a more hard-rock feel. Unfortunately for the band this new musical style virtually alienated their entire fan base, as the album did not even make the top 50 chart in Australia, peaking at a dire no. 91 in September 2005, where their two previous albums made the top five. Singer-songwriter Chris Bailey, from the Australian punk rock band, The Saints, co-wrote the song 'Everything + Nothing', also featured on their live album Electrophobia. Axiomatic was released in Australia, Japan, India and South East Asia.
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