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dogmatist

[ dawg-muh-tist, dog- ]
/ ˈdɔg mə tɪst, ˈdɒg- /
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noun

a person who asserts his or her opinions in an unduly positive or arrogant manner; a dogmatic person.
a person who lays down dogmas.

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Origin of dogmatist

1535–45; <Medieval Latin dogmatista, equivalent to dogmat(izāre) to dogmatize + -ista-ist

OTHER WORDS FROM dogmatist

an·ti·dog·ma·tist, noun, adjective

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British Dictionary definitions for dogmatist

dogmatist
/ (ˈdɒɡmətɪst) /

noun

a dogmatic person
a person who formulates dogmas
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