Definition of dogmatic
- a dogmatic critic
She's become so dogmatic lately that arguing with her is pointless.
a critic's dogmatic insistence that abstract expressionism is the only school of 20th century art worthy of serious study
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: expressing personal opinions or beliefs as if they are certainly correct and cannot be doubted
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