disciplined

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disciplined (comparative more disciplined, superlative most disciplined)

  1. Possessing mental discipline.
  2. Punished for disobedience.
  3. Under control.
  4. (in combination) Relating to a specified kind or number of disciplines.
    • 1970, Sales Management (volume 105, issues 7-13, page 37)
      The authors believe the saleman[sic] of the 1970s will be a man practicing "consultative selling," a three-disciplined role, in which he acts as a business planner, profit improver, and negotiator for his customers.

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disciplined

  1. simple past tense and past participle of discipline