a person who asserts their opinions in an unduly positive or arrogant manner; a dogmatic person.
a person who lays down dogmas; one who prescribes doctrines.
- an·ti·dog·ma·tist, noun, adjective
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How to use dogmatist in a sentence
To the modern dogmatist, these positions seem sceptical and pernicious.The Arena | Various
Nay, I am no cold-blooded theorist, no thick-hided dogmatist; nor am I a chastely simple young man mooning in virginal innocence.The Kempton-Wace Letters | Jack London
He is often a dogmatist, but this fault is not peculiar to him, he shares it with the rest of mankind.Preaching and Paganism | Albert Parker Fitch
You have a perfect right to do so; but in that case you are the dogmatist.Orthodoxy | G. K. Chesterton
And the last great dogmatist, Leibniz, was the one who practised this method of uncritical assumption to the utmost extent.History of Modern Philosophy | Alfred William Benn
British Dictionary definitions for dogmatist
a dogmatic person
a person who formulates dogmas
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