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The State legislatures would become inquisitive, opinionative, and probably factious.
And meditating inordinately on light and controverted opinions, makes light, opinionative, contentious professors.
I wish you would not be so self-opinionative, Michael; for you are wrong—quite wrong.
LOVER OR FRIENDROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY
There was no doubt but that since her engagement she had been much quieter and less opinionative.
MODERN BROODSCHARLOTTE MARY YONGE
Subgenus: a division within a genus, based upon a character not sufficient for generic separation; opinionative.
You are therefore next to consider him as one highly opinionative and magisterial.
She was the least selfish of human beings, the least opinionative, the most good-natured.
THE BERTRAMSANTHONY TROLLOPE
He was a young man, who looked opinionative, and when he first appeared was dressed in city clothes.
THE GOLD TRAILHAROLD BINDLOSS
Another is, when the opinionative approbation of the mind, and honouring God with the lips and knee, are mistaken for true love.

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