(1) This assertion might sound brutally dogmatic , but its economic basis is exceptionally solid.(2) Cell Theory then rapidly turned into a more dogmatic cell doctrine, and in this form survives up to the present day.(3) Peer pressure works among adults no less than the young and it's a dogmatic dictator.(4) Opinions are meant to be asserted - not in dogmatic , unyielding terms, but in confident terms.(5) Put the other way around, the respondent is more likely to be dogmatic , technical and uncompromising.(6) There could be few things more dogmatic than the many dictates of Leftist political correctness!(7) It appears to be a prudential judgment of the Pope's, not a dogmatic statement.(8) They must beware of becoming dogmatic and opinionated and strive to keep an open mind and their opinions flexible.(9) Against his appeals to observation they opposed dogmatic principles.(10) Another fault among instructors is a tendency to be unyielding and dogmatic .(11) As the next generation of leaders, we must be willing to be self-critical if we wish to avoid becoming dogmatic .(12) The problem many have with a dogmatic acceptance of any theory, scientific or not, is a lack of proof.(13) He is a tyrannical, dogmatic and highly narcissistic dictator who has no intentions of going down quietly.(14) He's not entirely dogmatic about it and he'll make an exception whenever he's enthused enough by the work.(15) A far more sinister implication is the creation of an intolerant dogmatic approach to complex issues.(16) By contrast the authority's expert witness was emphatic, even dogmatic , in his evidence.