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  • adjective unwilling to accept authority or dogma (especially in religion)


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  • Conservative opponents in his own party, and there is just a possibility that the next few years may bring about not only a healthy measure of social development, but also a much-desired readjustment of parties, on non-theological, undogmatical lines.

    Dutch Life in Town and Country P. M. Hough

  • The force which is shaping the future, is it with the Ritualists or with the undogmatical disciples of a purely moral creed?

    Studies in Literature and History Alfred Comyn Lyall 1873


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