Opinionated in a sentence

Definition of Opinionated

Having very strong opinions. | Holding to one's own opinion obstinately and unreasonably. | simple past tense and past participle of opinionate

How to use Opinionated in a Sentence?

  • He was as garrulous as a magpie, and as opinionated as a Southern white always is.
  • He was an opinionated man, and a good deal depended upon his being able to correctly locate a sound just then.
  • It will recall to many a man his experience in teaching pupils, and in managing their opinionated and self-willed parents.
  • It will recall to many a man his experience in teaching pupils, and in managing their opinionated and self-willed parents.
  • It will recall to many a man his experience in teaching pupils, and in managing their opinionated and self-willed parents.
  • Katharine knew that by this last statement Pellams had sounded a dominant note in the soul of her opinionated sister.
  • It will recall to many a man his experience in teaching pupils, and in managing their opinionated and self-willed parents.

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