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(1) Many writers at this time held rigidly dogmatic views.
(2) You can't be dogmatic in matters of taste.
(3) His opponents viewed him as stubborn, dogmatic, and inflexible. Sentencedict.com
(4) You can't is dogmatic in matters of taste.
(5) He was strident and dogmatic in giving his opinions.
(6) Her staff find her bossy and dogmatic.
(7) I am no pedant and avoid being dogmatic concerning English grammar and expression.
(8) There is a danger of becoming too dogmatic about teaching methods.
(9) To insist on a dogmatic policy is unworkable.
(10) And both are gripped by the same dogmatic delusion.
(11) They should therefore caution us against being overly dogmatic.
(12) Her employees find her bossy and dogmatic.
(13) Fortunately, there is nothing dogmatic or rash about Jospin.
(14) The dogmatic resistance to entrenchment would raise its arid and pedantic head.
(15) In 1867 he was appointed professor of dogmatic and moral theology at Maynooth, in 1878 vice-president, and in 1880 president.
(16) It is therefore impossible to be dogmatic about the precise beginnings of modern democratic thinking and politics.
(17) Religious people are more likely to be prejudiced, dogmatic and closed-mind, and not all believers are faithful to the moral percepts and principles taught by religion. Dr T.P.Chia
(18) He was as much of an appeaser as Chamberlain, but less dogmatic and self-righteous.
(19) Even those Hippocratic treatises which inveigh against Presocratic dogmatism are themselves just as dogmatic where their own pet theories are concerned.
(20) He was seen as an enlightened despot pursuing liberal policies in the face of dogmatic reaction from priests and landlords.
(21) His argument, if it counts as such, is a dogmatic admission of defeat, unsupported by quantitative evidence.
(22) In Holy Trinity Church Nicholson abounded in anecdotes, vulgarity, rudeness, emotional appeals, a dogmatism so dogmatic as to frighten.
(23) Atheists and secular people are more liberal and less prejudiced and dogmatic, whereas theists and religious people are more conservative and less rational and tolerant. Dr T.P.Chia
(24) Clinton is boldly poaching many Republican issues, reframing them somewhat to sound slightly less dogmatic.
(25) I only know there was a father who was both idolised and undoubtedly feared, a dogmatic and overbearing Catholic.
(26) The whole subject has become far too ambiguous, and too barnacled with exegesis, for dogmatic analysis.
(27) It may be tempting to break the silence, but you can only do that by being more dogmatic or by compromising.
(28) This is a controversial subject for which not enough data are available to make a dogmatic statement.
(29) Theirs was a dialogue of the deaf, the producer voicing his intellectual doubts, the politician offering nothing but dogmatic certainties.
(30) But in the meantime the history of Yiddish warns us to be wary of dogmatic statements about its life and death.
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