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dog·ma·tist

 (dôg′mə-tĭst, dŏg′-)
n.
1. An arrogantly assertive person.
2. One who expresses or sets forth dogma.
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dogmatist

(ˈdɒɡmətɪst)
n
1. a dogmatic person
2. a person who formulates dogmas
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dog•ma•tist

(ˈdɔg mə tɪst, ˈdɒg-)

n.
1. a person who asserts opinions dogmatically.
2. a person who issues dogmas.
[1535–45; < Medieval Latin]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dogmatist - a stubborn person of arbitrary or arrogant opinions
drumbeater, partisan, zealot - a fervent and even militant proponent of something
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Translations
dogmatikus

dogmatist

[ˈdɒgmətɪst] Ndogmático/a m/f
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dogmatist

[ˈdɒgmətɪst] n (= person) → dogmatique mfdo-gooder [ˌduːˈguːdər] n (pejorative)bonne âme fdog paddle
nnage f du chien
to do the dog paddle → faire la nage du chien
vifaire la nage du chien
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While a dogmatist might, in fact, be correct, while I am in error, the fact that dogmatists insulate their errors from correction means that I have, all else being equal, more reason to suspect dogmatists of error than those who are open to at least the possibility of correction.
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He proves downright solicitous while teaching a dance to a couple of guys ("Two Bozos Seen Through Glass: An Epiphany") and turns downright tender, musing about his departed dog ("My Dear Dogmatist").