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 Words for dogmatizeoverrate, miscalculate, misconstrue, misunderstand, underestimate, overestimate, err, prejudge, misconceive, suppose, underrate, presume, presuppose, stumble, misapprehend, mistake, dogmatize, admonish, moralize, minister
Examples from the Web for dogmatize
Historical Examples of dogmatize
Neither will he dogmatize about the manner in which we are 'born again' (Republic).Gorgias
The Editor of The Times declined to dogmatize on the subject.
This gives me the indefeasible right to dogmatize about preaching.My New Curate
Shall we dogmatize, especially on the one thing of which we know nothing?The Tyranny of the Dark
But mark, I say only seems, for who may dogmatize on such matters!