verb (used without object), dog·ma·tized, dog·ma·tiz·ing.
verb (used with object), dog·ma·tized, dog·ma·tiz·ing.
Origin of dogmatize
Related formsdog·ma·ti·za·tion, noundog·ma·tiz·er, noun
Examples from the Web for dogmatise
It is, of course, impossible to dogmatise without conclusive evidence.
No one should dogmatise on uncertainties, and after death everything is doubtful.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete|Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
Perhaps no more is meant than that he was unwilling to dogmatise on such a delicate subject.The Sayings of Confucius|Confucius
I fear that, as I write, I may appear to dogmatise, for I am still only twenty-two.Tell England|Ernest Raymond
On this point, pending a careful examination of the evidence by the psychologists, it is difficult to dogmatise.Human Nature In Politics|Graham Wallas