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- adj. Obsolete form of opinionated.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Opinionated.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Unduly attached to one's own opinions.
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Dang, I was hoping for some kind of opiniated discussion, or something other than "what are we eating" or "who's paying". johnboy
Perhaps all the opiniated smart-arsed media sages can resolve this little conundrum.
ID-friendly students are the only group I have ever encountered who, without fail, refuse to learn the facts about the biology of which they are so opiniated.
It's pretty awesome that a small (357 as of this writing) rag-tag group of vociferously disagreeing, rude, loud, opiniated, individualistic soap box orators can get the monolothic powers that be to (or at least their scapegoat) to back down and be sensible.
And of course Cross Country Checkup, for a taste of what (at least a segment) of Canadians are thinking - and Rex Murphy (the host) is actually extremely amiable and nothing like the opiniated blathering persona you've probably encountered already through the Globe and his CBC new segment.
There is something so opiniated, so seemingly insensible of rebuke, either from within or without, and yet not promising to avoid deserving one occasionally, that I could as lieve wish Mr.B. and they would not renew their former acquaintance.
Plus points: unabashedly opiniated, and amusing to boot.
Unlike most other books in the genre, when the Evans wish to be cutting and opiniated, they can also be genuinely funny.
The Wordsworths and Coleridges who patronized him were too self-opiniated and individualistic to be able to enter into either tradition.
Be very sure -- try to be very sure -- that I am not obstinate and self-opiniated beyond measure.
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