Definition of Dogmatized

1. Verb. (past of dogmatize) ¹



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Definition of Dogmatized

1. dogmatize [v] - See also: dogmatize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dogmatized

dogmatic school
dogmatical
dogmatically
dogmaticalness
dogmatician
dogmaticians
dogmatics
dogmatise
dogmatism
dogmatisms
dogmatist
dogmatists
dogmatization
dogmatizations
dogmatize
dogmatized (current term)
dogmatizer
dogmatizers
dogmatizes
dogmatizing
dogmeat
dogmen
dognap
dognaped
dognaper
dognapers
dognaping
dognapped
dognapper
dognappers

Literary usage of Dogmatized

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1. Life, Diary and Letters of Oscar Lovell Shafter, Associate Justice, Supreme by Oscar Lovell Shafter, Emma Shafter-Howard, Flora Haines Loughead (1915)
"But there was another dogmatized delusion which prevailed in the middle ages of like character with that just mentioned though of larger proportions. ..."

2. Malthus and His Work by James Bonar (1885)
"He had dogmatized on the omnipotence of truth and reason, and inferred the growth of a perfect society. He had dogmatized on the development of intellect, ..."

3. British Farmer's Magazine (1849)
"... by which the field of previous observation is closed, and there have they dilated and dogmatized with all the pri'L> of a most intolerant assurance. ..."

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