from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To express oneself dogmatically in writing or speech.
- transitive v. To proclaim as dogma.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To treat something as dogma
- v. To speak or write dogmatically
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To assert positively; to teach magisterially or with bold and undue confidence; to advance with arrogance.
- transitive v. To deliver as a dogma.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make dogmatic assertions; utter or write positive statements, but without adducing arguments or evidence in support of what is asserted.
- To assert or deliver as a dogma; make a dogma of.
- To treat dogmatically; make a subject of dogmatism: as, to dogmatize a political question.
- Also spelled dogmatise.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. speak dogmatically
- v. state as a dogma
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Bill Brown, somewhat of a shyster, and his ear ever cocked to the crowd, was not above taking advantage when opportunity offered, and when it did not offer, to dogmatize artfully.
You can disagree with any facet of their dogma, but you can't dogmatize them out of existence.
All these sects, at that time, enjoyed complete liberty to dogmatize, discourse, and write, whenever the Jewish courtiers, settled at
It is so hoang dã mà nó terrifies một số người Kitô hữu cố gắng dogmatize lo sợ của mình bằng cách lashing out at Kitô hữu khác, bởi vì gọn gàng Kitô giáo với tất cả các câu trả lời cho dễ hơn là một trong đó đạt ra những thắc mắc hoang dã của tình yêu Thiên Chúa, một tình yêu chúng tôi không thậm chí có kiếm được.
Any effort to get beyond that, to some more definitive answer, would be an illicit attempt to dogmatize what could only be theologoumenon.
In fact, I wonder if you even read the quote you yourself provided: “I have with most of the present Dissenters in England, some doubts as to his Divinity; though it is a question I do not dogmatize upon, having never studied it, and think it needless to busy myself with it now, when I expect soon an opportunity of knowing the truth with less trouble.”
The pretension to dogmatize about them in each other is the root of most human injustices and cruelties, and the trait in human character most likely to make the angels weep.
Only the propagators have to be sought in the arts faculty in Paris: on pain of excommunication, they are prohibited to dogmatize, disseminate, or sustain in any way
Hence those who dwell in intimate association with nature and its phenomena grow more and more able to formulate, as the foundations of their theories, principles such as to admit of a wide and coherent development: while those whom devotion to abstract discussions has rendered unobservant of the facts are too ready to dogmatize on the basis of
It is not a matter on which most churches have ventured to dogmatize.