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I do not dogmatize as that the fact is so, but only suggest a definite place at least as likely as any other hitherto suggested.

Neither will he dogmatize about the manner in which we are 'born again' (Republic).

GorgiasPlato

We have always suspected the proximity of poison ivy; still, it is unwise to dogmatize on such matters.

But again to “dogmatize” may mean simply to assert, instead of hesitating or suspending judgment.

But such extreme states are dangerous things to dogmatize about.

The Ball and The CrossG.K. Chesterton

It is not for us to dogmatize on the unrevealed period of the “glorious appearing.”

Memories of BethanyJohn Ross Macduff

With such an enormous field and varied choice it is difficult to particularize and foolish to dogmatize.

As to which was right in the controversy it is impossible to dogmatize and needless to argue.

And if it is impossible to dogmatize about such states, it is still more impossible to describe them.

The Ball and The CrossG.K. Chesterton

Every student must have had experiences of a sort to make him slow to dogmatize when such points are in question.

The Foot-path WayBradford Torrey

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