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 dogmatize
I do not dogmatize as that the fact is so, but only suggest a definite place at least as likely as any other hitherto suggested.The Complete Prose Works of Martin Farquhar Tupper|Martin Farquhar Tupper
Neither will he dogmatize about the manner in which we are 'born again' (Republic).Gorgias|Plato
We have always suspected the proximity of poison ivy; still, it is unwise to dogmatize on such matters.
But again to “dogmatize” may mean simply to assert, instead of hesitating or suspending judgment.
But such extreme states are dangerous things to dogmatize about.The Ball and The Cross|G.K. Chesterton