dogmatic DoubterNewsweek September 10, 2007 Hitchens takes on Mother Teresa.
He can't pretend that he's a dogmatic right-winger; who would believe him?
Boyle introduces us to his two dogmatic antagonists at a raucous public meeting in Santa Barbara.
October Baby, on the other hand, is a dogmatic film with an extreme pro-life agenda.
Sir Nicholas Henderson, who was in the job when Reagan was elected, described him as a dogmatic and simplistic man.
One has only to survey the field of dogmatic religion to see how curiously astray it may be led.
He was too 64 dogmatic to win liking, but he had a genius for success.
And this applies not to moral questions only, but to dogmatic also.
It was the man he had seen before—material, capable, dogmatic.
To jump from a dead, impersonal world to a dogmatic Bible is too much for most people.