dogmatic dogmatic  /dɑɡ ˈmæ tɪk/


  1. (adj) characterized by assertion of unproved or unprovable principles
  2. (adj) of or pertaining to or characteristic of a doctrine or code of beliefs accepted as authoritative
  3. (adj) relating to or involving dogma


  • But for his dogmatic ideas he would be a brilliant judge.


  • Dogmatic Reopening in the West Village

    Grass-fed fast food. Fans of the now-closed Union Square sausage emporium Dogmatic will be relieved to find out that the shop will reopen later this summer in the former Yoláto space at 120 MacDougal Street in the West Village. Top Chef season-four contestant Nikki Cascone, who previously was the chef-owner at 24 Prince and Octavia's Porch , has signed on as consulting chef and will oversee the ...
    on July 10, 2013     Source: New York Magazine


  1. Ramsay said after meeting the Queen: "The hospitality industry in this country is booming. We were going through a dogmatic reputation during the last decade but now (we have)Ã'Â the talents of the young chefs of this country, the hotels that have...
    on May 6, 2008 By: Gordon Ramsay Source: Winsford Guardian

  2. "I think Michael [Costa] has a dogmatic view on this, and to me the numbers just don't add up," Mr Hickey said. "If you get $15 billion for selling assets, and we lose $24 billion over a 20-year period from lost dividends, then it's a furphy...
    on Jan 24, 2008 By: Kerry Hickey Source: North Queensland Register (registration)

  3. "It's not normal," said Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe. "I told you he's a control freak. This man wants to control everything." "Now we're seeing who he is, what he's really like. This is the ideological, closed-minded, dogmatic...
    on Apr 30, 2008 By: Gilles Duceppe Source: Toronto Star

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