opinionated

[ uh-pin-yuh-ney-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF opinionated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OPINIONATED

He was restless, opinionated, and eager to assert himself and his convictions.

The man was the same, with his obstinate, opinionated look; the procedure was the same.

He is the best of creatures, and the most respectable of men; but, opinionated.

I should have liked to contradict my opinionated servant, at that moment.

M. Roland was naturally self-confident, opinionated, and domineering.

He was as garrulous as a magpie, and as opinionated as a Southern white always is.

I am not at all opinionated, but am always glad to listen to anything reasonable.

But nothing is worse than a false spirit, a disguised and dissembling one, or an obstinate and opinionated one.

What did it matter that she was domineering and opinionated?

The Governor when discussing reconstruction was opinionated and emphatic.

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