dogmatist definition

  • noun:
    • An arrogantly assertive person.
    • one that conveys or establishes forth dogma.
    • A stubborn, assertive, opinionated individual.
    • one that dogmatizes; person who speaks dogmatically; a bold and conceited advancer of principles.
    • one that is dogmatic or maintains a dogma or dogmas; a magisterial teacher; one who asserts definitely doctrines or views unsupported by argument or evidence.
    • [capitalized] One of a sect of ancient physicians founded by Hippocrates, and called in contradistinction to Empirics and Methodists.
    • a stubborn individual of arbitrary or arrogant viewpoints
    • An arrogantly assertive person.
    • One who conveys or establishes forth dogma.
    • A stubborn, assertive, opinionated person.
    • a person who dogmatizes; one that speaks dogmatically; a bold and conceited advancer of axioms.
    • One who is dogmatic or preserves a dogma or dogmas; a magisterial teacher; person who asserts positively doctrines or opinions unsupported by debate or evidence.
    • [capitalized] One of a sect of ancient physicians founded by Hippocrates, and called in contradistinction to Empirics and Methodists.
    • a stubborn person of arbitrary or conceited views
    • An arrogantly assertive individual.
    • one that conveys or sets forth dogma.
    • A stubborn, assertive, opinionated person.
    • person who dogmatizes; a person who talks dogmatically; a bold and conceited advancer of concepts.
    • one that is dogmatic or preserves a dogma or dogmas; a magisterial instructor; a person who asserts positively doctrines or opinions unsupported by debate or evidence.
    • [capitalized] certainly one of a sect of old physicians launched by Hippocrates, and called in contradistinction to Empirics and Methodists.
    • a stubborn person of arbitrary or conceited viewpoints
    • An arrogantly assertive individual.
    • person who expresses or sets forth dogma.
    • A stubborn, assertive, opinionated person.
    • one that dogmatizes; a person who talks dogmatically; a bold and conceited advancer of maxims.
    • person who is dogmatic or preserves a dogma or dogmas; a magisterial instructor; person who asserts positively doctrines or viewpoints unsupported by debate or proof.
    • [capitalized] certainly one of a sect of old doctors launched by Hippocrates, and called in contradistinction to Empirics and Methodists.
    • a stubborn individual of arbitrary or arrogant opinions

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