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Dogmatize

verb
(past & past part. dogmatized; pres. part. dogmatizing)
1.
State as a dogma.  Synonym: dogmatise.
2.
Speak dogmatically.  Synonym: dogmatise.






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"Dogmatize" Quotes from Famous Books



... have examined the subject the more dangerous I have found it to dogmatize respecting the character of the art which is likely, at a given period, to be most useful to the cause of religion. One great fact first meets me. I cannot answer for the experience of others, but I never yet met with a Christian whose heart was thoroughly set upon ...
— The Stones of Venice, Volume II (of 3) • John Ruskin

... attention to science or to philosophy are apt to dogmatize about what is and what is not beautiful just as they dogmatize about what is and what is not right. They say unhesitatingly; This object is beautiful, and that one is ugly. It is as if they said: This one is round, and ...
— An Introduction to Philosophy • George Stuart Fullerton



Words linked to "Dogmatize" :   give voice, phrase, dogma, speak, articulate, dogmatist, formulate, talk, word



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