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synonyms for opined

  • surmise
  • believe
  • conceive
  • conclude
  • declare
  • feel
  • guess
  • imagine
  • judge
  • presume
  • say
  • suggest
  • suppose
  • venture
  • express an opinion
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antonyms for opined

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  • calculate
  • disbelieve
  • know
  • measure
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How to use opined in a sentence

Failing to do so would put them in a very bad light, especially from a regulatory perspective, they opined.
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Daniel Newman, principal analyst at Futurum Research, opines for MarketWatch that Apple’s bold transition could end up benefitting its old rival, Microsoft.
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While pundits opined that his mercuriality would be a negative for the economy, the stock market famously surged after his win as investors embraced his more pro-business policies just hours later.
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Since that was so, Valerie opined there was no longer the need to put themselves to the trouble of the escape they had planned.
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He went out but little, and then, she opined with a disgustful sniff, for purposes strictly alcoholic.
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And Haydon opined that “Reynolds sought by tricks to obtain results which the old masters attained by the simplest means.”
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"Nothing can be plainer than that she likes him," Grace opined.
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"He hears you, he watches you, he rejoices in you," Lady Agnes opined.
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"Well, they'll nevertheless arrange something," Nick opined.
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"Looks like a dumb joke by someone who doesn't know English very well," he opined, passing the glasses to Gloria.
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