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Definition of Principles

noun
1.
an accepted or professed rule of action or conduct:
a person of good moral principles.
2.
a fundamental, primary, or general law or truth from which others are derived:
the principles of modern physics.
3.
a fundamental doctrine or tenet; a distinctive ruling opinion:
the principles of the Stoics.
4.
principles, a personal or specific basis of conduct or management:
to adhere to one's principles; a kindergarten run on modern principles.
5.
guiding sense of the requirements and obligations of right conduct:
a person of principle.
6.
an adopted rule or method for application in action:
a working principle for general use.
7.
a rule or law exemplified in natural phenomena, the construction or operation of a machine, the working of a system, or the like:
the principle of capillary attraction.
8.
the method of formation, operation, or procedure exhibited in a given case:
a community organized on the patriarchal principle.
9.
a determining characteristic of something; essential quality.
10.
an originating or actuating agency or force:
growth is the principle of life.
11.
an actuating agency in the mind or character, as an instinct, faculty, or natural tendency:
the principles of human behavior.
12.
Chemistry. a constituent of a substance, especially one giving to it some distinctive quality or effect.
13.
Obsolete. beginning or commencement.
Idioms
14.
in principle, in essence or substance; fundamentally:
to accept a plan in principle.
15.
on principle,
  1. according to personal rules for right conduct; as a matter of moral principle:
    He refused on principle to agree to the terms of the treaty.
  2. according to a fixed rule, method, or practice:
    He drank hot milk every night on principle.

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