disciplined in a sentence

Sathya Sai Baba once observed that we can be successful leaders only if we are disciplined followers.

In Western democracies, a protocol of protest has evolved that tolerates the orderly, disciplined expression of discontent.

Without disciplined fiscal and structural reform, the country is likely to experience only moderate growth at best.

Norman Podhoretz once suggested that creativity represents a miraculous coming together of the uninhibited energy of the child with its apparent opposite and enemy, the sense of order imposed on the disciplined adult intelligence.

Discussion question: How are children disciplined in your country?
The soldier was severely disciplined for refusing to follow an order.

The lawyer has been disciplined for his behavior in court, but can still practice law.

A child who is not properly disciplined at home tends to be quite disruptive at school.

A recent study shows that children who are spanked for bad behavior are more likely to be aggressive or anxious than those who are disciplined in other ways.

Martin Luther King once observed that the hope of a secure and liveable world lies with disciplined nonconformists who are dedicated to justice, peace and brotherhood.

A recent study shows that children who are spanked for bad behavior are more likely to be aggressive or anxious than those who are disciplined in other ways.

A recent study shows that children who are spanked for bad behavior are more likely to be aggressive or anxious than those who are disciplined in other ways.

Zen Buddhism encourages individuals to seek the Buddha nature within themselves, and to practice a disciplined form of sitting meditation.