Definition of "doctrine"
  1. A rule formed by court decisions over time
How to use "doctrine" in a sentence
  1. The court's ruling was based on the doctrine formed in previous related cases.
  2. Legal experts often refer to a certain doctrine when advising on complex cases.
  3. Studying old legal doctrines helps new lawyers understand precedents.

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