- n. Plural form of opinion.
“Our opinions, based upon first impressions -- and we rarely pause to analyse first impressions -- have become _our opinions_, the result, as we fondly imagine, of our judgment.”
“A speech don't alter no man's opinions; yes it _may_ alter his _opinions_, but it don't alter his vote, that ain't his'n, it's his party's.”
“To avoid then thefe inconventeneds; and feveral others xxfc may fafl into by oppofing commonly received opinions'* we ought, in what Place or Society foe - vcr we be, to make a Draught or Map of all the opinions in vogue there, and of the place and rank each of them holds there, that we may have all the confideratioii for them which Charity and Truth can, permit*”
“Whether or not anyone here agrees with my opinions is a matter of supernatural indifference to me.”
“Whether or not anyone here agrees with my opinions is a matter of supernatural indifference to me.?”
“The time to voice your opinions is at the planning stages.”
“The fact they need to voice their opinions is a sign that Berlinski has hit that nail right on the head.”
“That visits from the TSA have intimidated a blogger into feeling he can't publish even his opinions is a very depressing sign of our times.”
“The BBC and others have decided that Al Gore and the rest of the Climate Change Cadres are Right and anyone who questions their opinions is heretically Wrong.”
“The risk of losing advertisers because of my opinions is a risk I am willing to take.”
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