- s unwilling to accept authority or dogma (especially in religion)
- Justice Clark, an undogmatic, plain-talking jurist, generally supported the court's civil rights decisions, but tended to side with the conservatives in cases such as Escobedo and .
- A demanding but undogmatic critic, Massachusetts-born, Harvard-educated ('17) Atkinson writes his views in pencil in a neat hand on a ruled yellow pad.
- Actually, the city in recent years has been so undogmatic about enforcing the ban that it now has an estimated 3,000 dogs.
- Rick Carlisle in USA Today
I look forward to the Independent Financial Review providing the New Zealand business community with the kind of trenchant, undogmatic analysis that we need. We certainly need more of that and less of the pseudo-scandals in politics and business... Michael Cullen http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Cullen&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGpfJzzc4uEhQ6N77Bi8p_1g7TC9Q New Zealand Herald http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.nzherald.co.nz/section/466/story.cfm%3Fc_id%3D466%26objectid%3D10498048&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHa1o8eZzkNZ9yIcX6QqjI3cFpB-w Mar 13, 2008
104342 137805 undoing Our undoing was five turnovers for nine points in the fourth quarter. They turned up the pressure on us and we needed to handle it better," coach Rick Carlisle said. "We showed that we can certainly play with this caliber of team, but to win...