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See definition of dogmatist on Dictionary.com
  • as insectarian
  • as inbeliever
  • as inbigot
  • as inpedant
  • as ininciter
  • as inagitator

synonyms for dogmatist

  • adherent
  • bigot
  • cohort
  • disciple
  • dissenter
  • dissident
  • extremist
  • fanatic
  • heretic
  • maverick
  • misbeliever
  • nonconformist
  • partisan
  • radical
  • rebel
  • revolutionary
  • satellite
  • separatist
  • supporter
  • zealot
  • schismatic
  • true believer
  • devotee
  • adherent
  • disciple
  • follower
  • zealot
  • supporter
  • convert
  • freak
  • proselyte
  • apostle
  • prophet
  • doctrinaire
  • orthodox
  • religionist
  • canonist
  • upholder
  • acceptor
  • religious person
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antonyms for dogmatist

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  • conservative
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    How to use dogmatist in a sentence

    To the modern dogmatist, these positions seem sceptical and pernicious.
    THE ARENAVARIOUS
    Nay, I am no cold-blooded theorist, no thick-hided dogmatist; nor am I a chastely simple young man mooning in virginal innocence.
    THE KEMPTON-WACE LETTERSJACK LONDON
    He is often a dogmatist, but this fault is not peculiar to him, he shares it with the rest of mankind.
    PREACHING AND PAGANISMALBERT PARKER FITCH
    You have a perfect right to do so; but in that case you are the dogmatist.
    ORTHODOXYG. K. CHESTERTON
    And the last great dogmatist, Leibniz, was the one who practised this method of uncritical assumption to the utmost extent.
    HISTORY OF MODERN PHILOSOPHYALFRED WILLIAM BENN
    The crabbedest dogmatist cannot escape; for, if he open his eyes to seek his meet, some sunshine will creep in.
    THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY , VOLUME 2, NO. 14, DECEMBER 1858VARIOUS
    The dogmatist with his wisdom of the ages drops in the by-going one of his commonplaces of theological thought.
    EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE BOOK OF JOBROBERT WATSON
    He despised reason as heartily as any Papal dogmatist could despise it.
    HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE, VOLUME III (OF 8)JOHN RICHARD GREEN
    And here, very properly, the sceptic steps in and riddles the ad hoc metaphysic of the dogmatist with unanswerable objections.
    ARTCLIVE BELL
    And thus it does not confound the dogmatist, when guided by it he seeks a sure foundation for it.
    FUNDAMENTAL PHILOSOPHY, VOL. I (OF 2)JAIME LUCIANO BALMES
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