ex cathedra [ eks kuh-thee-druh, kath-i-druh ]
1. from the seat of authority; with authority: used especially of those pronouncements of the pope that are considered infallible.
precise, authoritative, definite, fitting, valid, proper, formal, conclusive, assertive, pragmatic, categorical, reasoned, real, positive, okay, cathedral, true, accredited, approved, authentic
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Origin: First recorded in 1810–20, ex cathedra is from the Latin word ex cathedrā literally, from the chair
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EX CATHEDRA
I am tired of your ex-cathedra statements and your self-sufficiency.'
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