No one man by ipse dixit can establish the test of fidelity to the party.
The ipse dixit of the Dominican author of the "Summa" is law.
Let us have something more than the ipse dixit of the Society.
There is great ignorance on this subject, and what is known is generally the ipse dixit of somebody.
A man who says now what he denied six years ago cannot expect to be believed on his ipse dixit.
Ipsal dixal, Cockney corruption of ipse dixit—said of ones simple uncorroborated assertion.
The ipse dixit of an Aristotle or a Seraphic doctor had for him no weight, unless it came home to him as a man.
The ipse dixit of an ignorant negro was cause for fine or imprisonment without appeal.
To find fault with them or to doubt their ipse dixit never entered our minds.
The age is past wherein the ipse dixit of a great name was enough to check all inquiries after truth.
Latin, literally "he (the master) said it," translation of Greek autos epha, phrase used by disciples of Pythagoras when quoting their master.