a person who asserts his or her opinions in an unduly positive or arrogant manner; a dogmatic person.
a person who lays down dogmas.
In the former case, the dogmatist must take care that his arguments possess the apodeictic certainty of a demonstration.
The Critique of Pure Reason Immanuel Kant
The dogmatist has called the great Emancipator a compromiser.
Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence Various
The theories of dogmatist and traditionalist are not the authentic documents of the Christian religion.
Painted Windows Harold Begbie
The dogmatist gave a voice to the thoughts which the sight of the picture had awakened.
Zanoni Edward Bulwer Lytton
In the eyes of the dogmatist they are strangers out of a strange land of thought.
Creed And Deed Felix Adler
You were in danger of becoming a dogmatist, but you are too much of a man for that.
A Pessimist Robert Timsol
He is often a dogmatist, but this fault is not peculiar to him, he shares it with the rest of mankind.
Preaching and Paganism Albert Parker Fitch
Without being a dogmatist, De Gourmont was an antagonist of absolutism.
Unicorns James Huneker
You have a perfect right to do so; but in that case you are the dogmatist.
Orthodoxy G. K. Chesterton
The dogmatist is far from having influence with the wise and intelligent.
Talkers John Bate
a dogmatic person
a person who formulates dogmas
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a medicine or other remedy for counteracting the effects of poison, disease, etc. something that prevents or counteracts injurious or unwanted effects: Good jobs are the best antidote to teenage crime. to counteract with an antidote: Medication was given to antidote the poison the child had swallowed. Contemporary Examples I highly doubt that anyone not […]
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opposing or restricting the use of narcotics or other of abuse: to enact stricter antidrug laws. Historical Examples Reach out to the community for support and assistance in making the school’s antidrug policy and program work. What Works: Schools Without Drugs United States Department of Education