dogmatise


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dogmatise


Past participle: dogmatised
Gerund: dogmatising

Imperative
dogmatise
dogmatise
Present
I dogmatise
you dogmatise
he/she/it dogmatises
we dogmatise
you dogmatise
they dogmatise
Preterite
I dogmatised
you dogmatised
he/she/it dogmatised
we dogmatised
you dogmatised
they dogmatised
Present Continuous
I am dogmatising
you are dogmatising
he/she/it is dogmatising
we are dogmatising
you are dogmatising
they are dogmatising
Present Perfect
I have dogmatised
you have dogmatised
he/she/it has dogmatised
we have dogmatised
you have dogmatised
they have dogmatised
Past Continuous
I was dogmatising
you were dogmatising
he/she/it was dogmatising
we were dogmatising
you were dogmatising
they were dogmatising
Past Perfect
I had dogmatised
you had dogmatised
he/she/it had dogmatised
we had dogmatised
you had dogmatised
they had dogmatised
Future
I will dogmatise
you will dogmatise
he/she/it will dogmatise
we will dogmatise
you will dogmatise
they will dogmatise
Future Perfect
I will have dogmatised
you will have dogmatised
he/she/it will have dogmatised
we will have dogmatised
you will have dogmatised
they will have dogmatised
Future Continuous
I will be dogmatising
you will be dogmatising
he/she/it will be dogmatising
we will be dogmatising
you will be dogmatising
they will be dogmatising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dogmatising
you have been dogmatising
he/she/it has been dogmatising
we have been dogmatising
you have been dogmatising
they have been dogmatising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dogmatising
you will have been dogmatising
he/she/it will have been dogmatising
we will have been dogmatising
you will have been dogmatising
they will have been dogmatising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dogmatising
you had been dogmatising
he/she/it had been dogmatising
we had been dogmatising
you had been dogmatising
they had been dogmatising
Conditional
I would dogmatise
you would dogmatise
he/she/it would dogmatise
we would dogmatise
you would dogmatise
they would dogmatise
Past Conditional
I would have dogmatised
you would have dogmatised
he/she/it would have dogmatised
we would have dogmatised
you would have dogmatised
they would have dogmatised
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.dogmatise - state as a dogma
give voice, phrase, word, articulate, formulate - put into words or an expression; "He formulated his concerns to the board of trustees"
2.dogmatise - speak dogmatically
talk, speak - exchange thoughts; talk with; "We often talk business"; "Actions talk louder than words"
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References in periodicals archive ?
There was an attractive humility in the self-deprecating way in which he declined to dogmatise on intractable questions such as the existence of God or the existence of transcendent purposes in the universe.
You have followed instinct and bias." (48) He rhetorically admits that she will ask by what right is he to dogmatise? He answers himself that his smattering of inquiry although narrow is wide compared to hers.