dogmatize

verb
dog·ma·tize | \ˈdȯg-mə-ˌtīz, ˈdäg-\
dogmatized; dogmatizing

Definition of dogmatize 

intransitive verb

: to speak or write dogmatically

transitive verb

: to state as a dogma or in a dogmatic manner

Other Words from dogmatize

dogmatization \ˌdȯg-mə-tə-ˈzā-shən, ˌdäg- \ noun
dogmatizer noun

First Known Use of dogmatize

1607, in the meaning defined at transitive sense

History and Etymology for dogmatize

French dogmatiser, from Late Latin dogmatizare, from Greek dogmatizein, from dogmat-, dogma

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