Synonym: tenet. Similar words: dogmatic, dog, doggedly, enigma, stigma, a young man, enigmatic, pragmatic. Meaning: ['dɒgmə] n. 1. a religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof 2. a doctrine or code of beliefs accepted as authoritative.
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1. The newspaper seeks to be independent of political dogma.
2. Beliefs have ossified into rigid dogma.
3. Their political dogma has blinded them to the real needs of the country.
4. It meant rewriting the dogma of molecular biology.
5. The dogma of the free market should be re-examined.
6. Neither of these extreme dogma is applied rigorously today, but it is certainly still accepted that 2-D form makes good pattern.
7. Even now, the force is hampered by DoH dogma and defensiveness.
8. The dogma is of absolutes, the lifestyle is of attempted purity and the zealot is subject to continuous derision.
9. The dogma of parity ruled out devaluation to boost exports.
10. The central dogma is of course a theory, but there is no evidence to suggest that it is wrong.
11. Darwinist dogma that asserts life began and developed by a sequence of purposeless random accidents remains a metaphysical belief.
12. Conservatism has a dogma that the State should not intervene.
13. Protestantism concerned itself with the inscription of dogma, attention to the text, was more emphatically scriptural.
14. There could be a suspicion of dogma, whether religious or scientific.
15. Pius took it upon himself to proclaim the Dogma of the Assumption.
16. Is open access not the result of political dogma rather than practical hard-nosed business analysis?
17. I choose for my subject faith wrought into life, apart from creed or dogma. By faith I mean a vision of good one cherishes and the enthusiasm that pushes one to seek its fulfillment regardless of obstacles. Faith is a dynamic power that breaks the chain of routine and gives a new, fine turn to old commonplaces. Faith reinvigorates the will(sentencedict.com), enriches the affections and awakens a sense of creativeness.
18. The council has operated much more effectively since pragmatism replaced political dogma.
19. The Goddess tradition, it seems, emphasizes process rather than dogma.
20. It is taken for doctrine, but can it be that it really is dogma?
21. A religious insight like Julian's shows that a passive, unquestioning acceptance of received dogma is not enough.
22. Being experts, they seldom agreed and even more seldom budged from dogma.sentencedict.com/dogma.html
23. The Independent, launched in October 1986 with venture capital, seeks to be independent of political party dogma.
24. Managers of trust hospitals will be judged on their ability to manage and not as apparatchiks of a political dogma.
25. We desperately need to develop new situational value systems, otherwise we are tied to lumbering dogma or immediate gain or defensiveness.
26. The concept that destiny is predetermined is a religious dogma and a philosophical delusion. Dr T.P.Chia
27. My memories are full of anecdotes and trivia, not stultified by rigid dogma.
28. Furthermore, the way the Soviet authorities went about indoctrinating the people in atheist dogma was counterproductive.
29. The danger is that the question of methodology can easily be turned to dogma according to any premises.
30. In 1812 the Cortes of Cadiz drew up a constitution which consecrated the dogma of the sovereignty of the nation.
More similar words: dogmatic, dog, doggedly, enigma, stigma, a young man, enigmatic, pragmatic, phlegmatic, building materials.