Definition of Dogmatizations

1. dogmatization [n] - See also: dogmatization



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dogmatizations

dogmata
dogmatic
dogmatic school
dogmatical
dogmatically
dogmaticalness
dogmatician
dogmaticians
dogmatics
dogmatise
dogmatism
dogmatisms
dogmatist
dogmatists
dogmatization
dogmatizations (current term)
dogmatize
dogmatized
dogmatizer
dogmatizers
dogmatizes
dogmatizing
dogmeat
dogmen
dognap
dognaped
dognaper
dognapers
dognaping
dognapped

Literary usage of Dogmatizations

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1. The Lollards of the Chiltern Hills: Glimpses of English Dissent in the by William Henry Summers (1906)
"Robert Body (whose surname is still a common one in the district) had been “conversant with heretics, hearing their dogmatizations, hiding and keeping their ..."

2. Vaticanism: An Answer to Reproofs and Replies by William Ewart Gladstone (1875)
"The Syllabus is part of that series of acts to which the dogmatizations of 1854 and 1870 also belong; and it bridges over the interval between them. ..."

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