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  • adj. Not opinionated; without strong opinions.


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  • Things around the house aren't just things, the basket quietly positioned in the corner looks gullible to me, or maybe unopinionated.

    The Art of The Georges and the Jewels

  • A year ago it was five comments here, six comments there -- but then I came across a short, unopinionated and completely fact-based post announcing the winners of the Boston Globe Horn Book Awards.

    What gets 'em going

  • Finally, in answer to the third question, we are told that the result for those who adopt the unopinionated attitude just recommended is first aphasia and then ataraxia.


  • We are told, first, that we should not trust our sensations and opinions, but should adopt an unopinionated attitude.


  • The passage now introduces a certain form of speech that is supposed to reflect this unopinionated attitude.


  • A new Web site, an offshoot of the Wiki empire called WikiSummaries, gives unopinionated book summaries, but only about 300 books have been summarized.

    Judging a Book by Its Summary

  • I understand that people do this to some extent; but don't go under the facade of the unopinionated who's just interested in the facts.

    Another Protozoan and Front-Loading

  • Between the four panelists here, this will not be an unopinionated panel.

    My 2008 ConFusion Schedule « Whatever

  • Therefore for this reason we should not put our trust in them one bit, but should be unopinionated, uncommitted and unwavering, saying concerning each individual thing that it no more is than is not, or both is and is not, or neither is nor is not.

    Ancient Skepticism

  • The other fiction categories are filled with the usual suspects (Resnick, Bujold, and another sixteen noms for Charles Stross), and since I'm years behind, I'm largely unopinionated there (although I'm fully prepared to bitch about the results).

    Slow Saturday


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