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信条, しんじょう

  • shinjō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • creed
  • belief
  • article of faith

Examples of 信条,しんじょう in a Sentence

He makes a religion of never wasting a penny.
No rational person, of whatever political persuasion, could possibly object to the program.
Your behavior is in conflict with your principles.
The patriot sticks to his moral principles.
Such actions are alien to our beliefs.
Your principles are not consistent with your actions.
He believed in getting up early in the morning.

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