- to assert or deliver as a dogma.
Also especially British, dog·ma·tise.
Origin of dogmatize
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Examples from the Web for dogmatise
Without presuming to dogmatise, I answer for myself in the affirmative.Fragments of science, V. 1-2
It is never safe to dogmatise regarding the behaviour of birds.Birds of the Indian Hills
It may be a reason for not attempting to dogmatise about them.Expositions of Holy Scripture
Where these confirm, we may dogmatise, and the dogma will strike home.Expositor's Bible: The Book of Job
To dogmatise as to what a child or a bird will do is always March madness.Egyptian Birds
- to say or state (something) in a dogmatic manner
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