- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of opine.
“But while Mr. Martin tries to paint the party as a fiscally responsible government that paid down the debt while increasing social infrastructure, the common sense fact, as Mr. Stewart opines, is that because of the choices of the Liberals then, we are going to have a harder time now.”
“Her book, he opines, is a "well-written short work of synthesis and consolidation" of pioneering feminists and the modern-day feminist movement.”
“That's right, rewrite the past because the truth hurts too much," Dealbreaker's Bess Levin opines.”
“The Northeast Dilemma opines, “This will only embolden the left wing haters on this site ….””
“VIEW FAVORITES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Throng Moved By Obama Speech, But True Test Yet to Come'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'CQ reports, then "opines" with a "sample" here:”
“CQ reports, then 'opines' with a 'sample' here: But even as Obama spoke, one man left the delegate area and made for the exits.”
“Nah. "opines:" [N] ow, your brain will forever tie the American Apparel brand to sex (your notions of female degradation aside, sex is sex).”
“Meanwhile, The Movie Blog's John Campea opines (yes, I said "opines") The Lack of Art in Entertainment.”
“Luxury, meanwhile, "is the enemy of observation," he opines, "a costly indulgence that induces such a good feeling that you notice nothing.”
“Jennifer Rubin opines that the unions fighting the cuts are disconnected from the public:”
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