He should have stuck to his own maxim: march separately and fight together.
I am no homme sérieux when it comes to financial policy, but I know the maxim that “bad cases make bad law.”
She was a ballet dancer, modeled for maxim, and was an actress who took acting classes at the University of Hartford.
She has been the executive editor of Giant and the entertainment director of maxim.
Her book, for example, does not discuss her buzzed-about, scantily clad maxim photo shoot from last year, and so neither do we.
The poor Italian regained his caustic smile as he uttered that wise, villanous Italian maxim.
Apply this maxim—you may do it a thousand ways, especially in company.
It is a maxim with the Earees, and others of superior rank, never to intermarry with the Toutous, or others of inferior rank.
In some cases this maxim may be just, but not in the present instance.
A proverb is a short, sententious saying, in the nature of a maxim, connoting a definite truth or suggestion by comparison.
"precept, principle," early 15c., from Middle French maxime, from Late Latin maxima, shortened from phrases such as maxima propositio, maxima sententarium "axiom," literally "greatest premise, greatest among propositions" (one which is general and absolute), from fem. of maximus "greatest" (see maximum).
single-barreled water-cooled machine gun, 1885, named for inventor, U.S.-born British engineer Sir Hiram S. Maxim (1840-1916).