Dogmatic in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Dogmatic

to strongly state unsupported opinions or beliefs as if they were absolute facts

Examples of Dogmatic in a sentence

The preacher was a dogmatic individual who was quick to argue with anyone who challenged his opinion.  🔊

I don’t mean to come across as dogmatic, but I am certain I am correct on this issue!  🔊

Because he refused to listen to others, everyone considered the politician to be too dogmatic.  🔊

While my supervisor liked to think of himself as an open-minded individual, he was really dogmatic and always had to have the last word.  🔊

The surgeon was dogmatic in his opinion and refused to listen even when the nurse warned him of possible problems during the operation.  🔊

During the debate, Karen was very dogmatic on the subject of gun control even though she had not reviewed the information provided on the topic.  🔊

After drinking a bit too much at the party, Henry’s father became quite dogmatic about his feelings on the economy.  🔊

The government’s dogmatic approach to improving the country’s educational system has not been welcomed by teachers.  🔊

My teacher was dogmatic in her grading practices and would not even consider altering my grade!  🔊

The reviewer’s dogmatic insistence that the awful movie was great led millions to see the film at the box office.  🔊

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