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    dogma - Dictionary definition and meaning for word dogma

    (noun) a religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof
    Synonyms : tenet
    (noun) a doctrine or code of beliefs accepted as authoritative
    Example Sentence
    • he believed all the Marxist dogma
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for dogma

read the word backwards. Someone told himself "i AM GOD" surely talks about his religion a lot.

Dogma:Dog+Ma(My): As i am going to straighten My(Ma) dogs(DOG) tail,after trying for a months u failed,since ur dog is determined(creed,belif,code of belif) to a setof principles laid down by its ancestors that dogs tails is Curve

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Mother's word (ma) is all the proof you need

Dogmatic/Dogma: Just think of Dogmatic as "Dog Attitude" hence dog is determined and no one can alter,change the dogs principles like "Dog's Tail is always curvy" .

Take the first 3 alphabets dog and reverse it as god;So DOGMA=GOD+MA.i.e religious belief in hindu culture is that MA is often considered as GOD.

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