Words to live by - Crossword Clue

Below are possible answers for the crossword clue Words to live by.

5 letter answer(s) to words to live by

AXIOM
  1. (logic) a proposition that is not susceptible of proof or disproof; its truth is assumed to be self-evident
  2. a saying that is widely accepted on its own merits
CREDO
  1. any system of principles or beliefs
CREED
  1. the written body of teachings of a religious group that are generally accepted by that group
  2. any system of principles or beliefs
DOGMA
  1. a doctrine or code of beliefs accepted as authoritative; "he believed all the Marxist dogma"
  2. a religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof
MAXIM
  1. a saying that is widely accepted on its own merits
  2. English inventor (born in the United States) who invented the Maxim gun that was used in World War I (1840-1916)
  3. Principle or rule of conduct.
MORAL
  1. concerned with principles of right and wrong or conforming to standards of behavior and character based on those principles; "moral sense"; "a moral scrutiny"; "a moral lesson"; "a moral quandary"; "moral convictions"; "a moral life"
  2. psychological rather than physical or tangible in effect; "a moral victory"; "moral support"
  3. the significance of a story or event; "the moral of the story is to love thy neighbor"
  4. principals, ethics
  5. high standards
TENET
  1. a religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof

4 letter answer(s) to words to live by

OATH
  1. a commitment to tell the truth (especially in a court of law); to lie under oath is to become subject to prosecution for perjury
  2. profane or obscene expression usually of surprise or anger; "expletives were deleted"
  3. a solemn promise, usually invoking a divine witness, regarding your future acts or behavior; "they took an oath of allegiance"

7 letter answer(s) to words to live by

SLOGANS
  1. a favorite saying of a sect or political group

Other crossword clues with similar answers to 'Words to live by'

"@#$%!," e.g.
"Crime does not pay," e.g
"Holy smoke!," e.g.
"I do" or "Drat!"
"Lost time is never found
"Poor Richard's Almanack"
"Power corrupts," e.g.
"Slow and steady wins the
"Ye gods!," for one
A basic truth is one kiss and I'm filled with love
A kiss lifts me in Paris, as a rule
A sign of treasure on island in Irish sea? One assumes it is true
A team only Mancunians originally saw?
About to duplicate doctrine
Accepted doctrine
Accepted rule
Accepted statement
Adage
Advertisers' output
Aesopian coda
An infirm Republican? It's what some believe
Apostles' adoption
Appeal? You’ll get nothing on a Thursday!
Article of faith
Articles of religious belief
At first cynical concerning party’s beliefs
Authoritative doctrine
Basic assumption
Basic belief
Basic principle
Bedrock belief
Belief
Belief in aliens going back and forth from Neptune originally
Belief in sacred orders
Belief system
Belief unchanged on reflection
Beliefs communist revealed in company
Believe in it
Believe it!
Believer's belief
Blasphemy from goatherd
Blast, for instance
Bleeped word
Bleeper's target
C.I.A. director under Cli
Campaign poster inscripti
Can you believe it?
Catholic to have another look at his belief
Certain lesson
Choirmaster’s beginning to repeat part of Mass
Church recital
Church tenets
Colorful language
Company absorbing revolutionary statement of belief
Confession of faith
Conservative referring to party’s belief set
Conviction
Core belief
Courtroom affirmation
Courtroom pledge
Courtroom recitation
Creed element
Curse
Curse love, a source of troubled hearts
Curse of all time, hapless leaders
Dangerous thing to lie un
Decent exam mark given first
Dictum
Doctrine
Doctrine — principle ultimately confined to temporary accommodation
Doctrine held to be true
Doctrine of director associated with G Greene
Doctrine to be accepted without question
Dogma
Ecclesiastical council's
Element of a doctrine
End of a fable
End of an Aesop fable
End of story?
Essentially detest bad language
Ethical
Expletive
Fable conclusion
Fable finale
Fable's lesson
Faith
Firm belief
Firm belief in man's best friend, mother
Firm doctrine
Firm packed in socialist dogma
Follow graduate’s code of beliefs
Follow only half of Marx’s doctrine
Four-letter word
Four-letter word, aptly
Fundamental belief
Gadzooks, e.g.
Gadzooks, for one
General principle
George who once led the C
Gnome repelled me abroad, going after a kiss
Good
Good middle-of-the road album? Not bad
Graduate following possible setter’s code of beliefs
Group belief
Group doctrine
Guiding principle
If a = b and b = c, then
In canvas, Constable ultimately finds belief
In the morning leave Germany, heading west in blind faith
Inaugural feature
Inauguration Day highligh
Inauguration Day words
Inauguration declaration
Inauguration highlight
Inauguration recital
Inflexible teaching
Ism
It follows "Repeat after
It goes without saying
It may be bleeped
It may be held in a churc
It may be laid down in ch
It may be minced
It might be bleeped out
It's a given
It's assumed
It's said with a raised h
It's sworn at a swearing-
It's taken in court
Item of belief that may be reversed
Just married - it's a test people say
Key principle
Kind of support
Labour leader abandons reluctant pledge
Lesson from Aesop
Lesson master put into speech
Lesson of a story
Lesson that can be drawn from a story
Loathe keeping promise
Machine-gun, variable in harm
Man after a kiss in principle
Man having no time for practical lesson
Man's timeless lesson
Man, after a kiss, accepted proposition
Many an office has one
Mark exam in lesson
Mass part
Mass segment
Maxim
Mother chasing pet in principle
Motto I’m going by as much as possible
My claim to divinity rejected? It can't be questioned
Native American daughter making statement of faith
Nicene ___
Non-evidence based opinion
Old lady gets cross over gnome
Old saw
One maintains this red wine encapsulates ultimate in taste
Opinion
Palindromist's principle
Parable's message
Part of a homily
Part of a party line
Party line part
Personal guide
Persuasion
Pledge
Pointer, maybe, to master's belief
Position
Possibly a quotation of at the most one million
Precept
Presidential administrati
Principle
Principle, belief
Principles of mediocre editor
Principles safeguarded by mediocre education
Principles that cannot be contested
Promise
Promise unwilling head's not kept
Promising words
Proposition assumed to be self-evident
Quadrennial White House a
Regularly scorned party's set of beliefs
Religious beliefs that could make you go mad
Reluctant to lose student showing promise
Right, second right, then a left
Rocky rival Apollo ___
Ruby's shielded by firm belief
Rule to live by
Saw
Saw a team keeping two metres apart
Saw an early machine-gun
Scout recitation
Self-evident truth
Seminary teaching
Sermon subject
Set of beliefs
Set of beliefs about marsh plant
Settled opinion
Solemn promise
Solemn pronouncement
Solemn vow
Some loathsome characters that incoming president has to take
Some religious teachings
Some trademarks
Something a believer beli
Something to believe
Something to believe in
Something to bleep, maybe
Statement of belief
Statement of beliefs
Statement of faith many repeat
Storybook ending, sometim
Storybook ending?
Subject for a censor
Summary of articles of religious belief
Summary of religious belief
Swear word
Swear word used in set-to at hotel
Swear words
Swear words?
Swearing-in words
Sworn word
System of belief
System of beliefs
System of principles
Tale end
Teaching English, shelter dons
Tenets
Truism
Truth assumed to be self-evident
Underlying significance of a story or event
Upright
Upstanding
Virtuous
Vow
Welcomed by mafioso, a thoughtful word
Where Jezebel is found welcom­ing a husband's vow
Widely accepted saying
Wine company carries conviction
Witness stand statement
Words of commitment
Writer Gorky
Written in memo, a thoughtless promise
You'd better believe it
___ of office

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