dogmatize

[dawg-muh-tahyz, dog-]
verb (used without object), dogmatized, dogmatizing.
1.
to make dogmatic assertions; speak or write dogmatically.
verb (used with object), dogmatized, dogmatizing.
2.
to assert or deliver as a dogma.
Also, especially British, dogmatise.


Origin:
1605–15; < Late Latin dogmatizāre, equivalent to Latin dogmat(icus) dogmatic + -izāre -ize

dogmatization, noun
dogmatizer, noun
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dogmatize or dogmatise (ˈdɒɡməˌtaɪz)
 
vb
to say or state (something) in a dogmatic manner
 
dogmatise or dogmatise
 
vb
 
'dogmatism or dogmatise
 
n
 
dogmati'zation or dogmatise
 
n
 
dogmati'sation or dogmatise
 
n
 
'dogmatizer or dogmatise
 
n
 
'dogmatiser or dogmatise
 
n

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If dogmatize about all that may have been permitted ye believe not me, believe my works.
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