Precept in a sentence

Use Precept in a sentence

Precept ;

Meaning: [noun] guiding principle; a rule;

Religious law is explicitly based on religious precepts.

In every society, there exist basic moral precepts that people are expected to follow.

Salazar was himself deeply religious and infused with Catholic precepts.

This precept defines a non-violent attitude toward every living thing.

Many right wing precepts are plain ideology with no economics.

The most familiar precepts are not always the truest.

If they violate the prohibitive precepts, they will be punished.

That precept alone has incredible implications for politics.

Jin originally liked his mother’s precepts and hates deception.

What are the precepts of the Church?

The prophet enriched humanity by his precepts and his personal example.