- 1A particular item or object, typically one of a specified type: small household articles articles of clothingMore example sentences
- From household articles to children's toys and leather products to paper creations, there are products for every purse and taste.
- The training activities for women will be expanded from tailoring to beautician training, and the repair of household articles.
- Inside are a few photographs of Dr. Kalam, some furniture, other household articles and a visitor's book.
- 2A piece of writing included with others in a newspaper, magazine, or other publication: an article about middle-aged executivesMore example sentences
- Her one-sided piece is written purely from newspaper reports and magazine articles.
- In my class, instead of the typical reading and writing assignments we read newspaper and magazine articles, and wrote letters to the editor.
- It was the lead on the television news and was reported in prominent front-page articles in most newspapers.
- 3A separate clause or paragraph of a legal document or agreement, typically one outlining a single rule or regulation: [as modifier]: it is an offense under Article 7 of the treatyMore example sentences
- Does article 105 of the Regulation have any application in the present case?
- The objections focused on specific articles or clauses.
- These two different approaches draw on two separate articles in the 1951 Refugee Convention.
- 4 Grammar see definite article, indefinite article.More example sentences
- Literally translated into English, without articles, definite or indefinite, it becomes ‘return home occasional book’.
- What I do distinctly recall is the labor of pushing around nouns, verbs, adjectives, articles.
- English is the only Indo-European language in Europe with no gender marking on articles or nouns - ever notice that?
verb[with object] (usually be articled) Back to top
- Bind by the terms of a contract, as one of apprenticeship.More example sentences
- It's a crying shame… My father paid three hundred quid to have me articled.
- Keen to pursue a career in medicine, at 14 he became an articled pupil to William Hardcastle, a Newcastle surgeon.
- He was an articled pupil of Herbert Brewer at Gloucester Cathedral before gaining an open scholarship in composition to study with Stanford at the RCM in 1911.
an article of faith
- A firmly held belief: it was an article of faith with this circle that women must free themselvesMore example sentences
- A creed is meant to summarize the explicit teachings or articles of faith, to imbed and thus protect and transmit the beliefs.
- One of the ironies of multiculturalism is its inconsistency with the other tenets of the liberal articles of faith, such as feminism.
- Their conviction rests on seven articles of faith, carefully passed from person to person at all levels of the black community.
the genuine article
- A person or thing considered to be an authentic and excellent example of their kind.More example sentences
- Janice and Alison go to great lengths to ensure they sell the genuine article, which comes with a certificate of authenticity.
- Before Reverend Horton Heat even settles into answering questions, you quickly realize that he is the genuine article.
- He said: ‘The public has the right to know that what they buy is the genuine article.’
Middle English (denoting a separate clause of the Apostles' Creed): from Old French, from Latin articulus 'small connecting part', diminutive of artus 'joint'.
- 1A section of the Uniform Code of Military Justice allowing commanders to carry out discretionary punishments without judicial proceedings.More example sentences
- Captain's mast, the Navy's name for the Uniform Code of Military Justice's Article 15 non-judicial punishment, was a commanding officer's duty that he did not relish.
- The Article 15 punishment was severe: a reduction in pay, 14 days' extra duty and restriction to base, 18 hours of alcohol rehabilitation, a promotion deferment and a year without a driver's license.
- Under an Article 15 hearing, soldiers forgo legal representation and a trial, instead agreeing to let their commander make the call through a less formal administrative hearing.
- 1.1A judgment or punishment issued under Article 15: if I agree to accept the Article 15, am I admitting guilt?More example sentences
- I have seen punishment range from receiving an Article 15 under the Uniform Code of Military Justice to letters of reprimand being placed in official files and restriction to post.
- He was told by his commander to just take the Article 15, dishonorable discharge and six months' confinement.
- How about telling me exactly what happened and what you did to cause your brigade commander to consider an Article 15?