dogmatic

[ dawg-mat-ik, dog- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dogmatic

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A like dogmatic partisanship obtains in the question of defences.

It is his very ignorance of a matter that makes him dogmatic.

However, I give you leave to be as dogmatic and didactic as you like in return.

"I'll find out presently that I am alive yet," he declared, in a dogmatic tone.

Mr. Travers' voice went on dogmatic and obstinate for a long time.

True, she had acted from high moral sense of duty, but conscience is often dogmatic.

The power that has said to all these things that they are damned, is Dogmatic Science.

And this applies not to moral questions only, but to dogmatic also.

From the very outset his spirit is that of dogmatic confidence.

It has more to say about the Sermon on the Mount than about any system of dogmatic theology.

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