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ipse dixit

noun ip·se dix·it \ˈip-sē-ˈdik-sət\

Definition of IPSE DIXIT

:  an assertion made but not proved :  dictum

Origin of IPSE DIXIT

Latin, he himself said it
First Known Use: 15th century

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