• Definition for "dogmatize"
    • to state oneself dogmatically written down or address.
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  • Sentence for "dogmatize"
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  • Verb Forms for "dogmatize"

dogmatize definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to state oneself dogmatically written down or address.
    • to state yourself dogmatically written down or message.
    • to say definitely; to show magisterially or with strong and excessive self-confidence; to advance with arrogance.
    • to say positively; to show magisterially or with strong and excessive self-confidence; to advance with arrogance.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To proclaim as dogma.
    • To proclaim as dogma.
    • To deliver as a dogma.
    • to produce as a dogma.
  • verb:
    • To treat some thing as dogma
    • to take care of some thing as dogma
    • To speak or write dogmatically
    • To talk or write dogmatically
    • speak dogmatically
    • talk dogmatically
    • state as a dogma
    • state as a dogma
  • others:
    • to help make dogmatic assertions; total or compose good statements, but without adducing arguments or proof meant for something asserted.
    • to help make dogmatic assertions; utter or write positive statements, but without adducing arguments or research to get understanding asserted.
    • to say or provide as a dogma; make a dogma of.
    • To assert or deliver as a dogma; make a dogma of.
    • To treat dogmatically; make a subject of dogmatism: because, to dogmatize a political question.
    • to deal with dogmatically; make a subject of dogmatism: because, to dogmatize a political question.
    • In addition spelled dogmatise.
    • additionally spelled dogmatise.
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