dogmatist

[ dawg-muh-tist, dog- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dogmatist

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The dogmatist has called the great Emancipator a compromiser.

The dogmatist gave a voice to the thoughts which the sight of the picture had awakened.

I think this is not all fancy, yet I would not speak with the assurance of the dogmatist.

You were in danger of becoming a dogmatist, but you are too much of a man for that.

To argue from it would be to commit the very fault so often imputed to the dogmatist.

In the eyes of the dogmatist they are strangers out of a strange land of thought.

It will help to purify the confession of faith of the dogmatist.

Without being a dogmatist, De Gourmont was an antagonist of absolutism.

For the critic remains on one and the same ground with the dogmatist,—that of thoughts.

The dogmatist is far from having influence with the wise and intelligent.

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