Thesaurus / dogmatic
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They adore him, partly because he’s hardly the dogmatic type.
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We don’t know if it’s because of politics or dogmatic scientists who refuse to let go of droplets.
It took us into a much more enriching journey, to be honest, than to just sort of be dogmatic about the chase or the case.
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It is a clear exposition, though rather too dogmatic and without sufficient regard for the views of other scholars.
They are inspired by a commendable zeal for the honor of dogmatic theology.
CHRISTIANITY AND GREEK PHILOSOPHYBENJAMIN FRANKLIN COCKER
What he offers is portions of a theological Christian dogmatic and speculative ethic.
HISTORY OF DOGMA, VOLUME 2 (OF 7)ADOLPH HARNACK
His views were definite, not to say dogmatic, and as they were confidently held, so too they were confidently expressed.
STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY BIOGRAPHYJAMES BRYCE, VISCOUNT BRYCE
As to the higher and more inclusive object to which our lives must be held subservient, he is not dogmatic.
THERE ARE CRIMES AND CRIMESAUGUST STRINDBERG
Manners are lost sight of in the earnestness of the speakers, and dogmatic assertions take the place of poetical fancies.
It destroys the premises on which the dogmatic system rests.
SHORT STUDIES ON GREAT SUBJECTSJAMES ANTHONY FROUDE
WORDS RELATED TO DOGMATIC
- beyond question
- not disputed
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