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Definition of Opinatively

Opinatively
Opinative O*pin"a*tive, a. Obstinate in holding opinions; opinionated. [Obs.] -- O*pin"a*tive*ly, adv. [Obs.] --Burton. Sir T. More.

Meaning of Opinatively from wikipedia

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- Opine is an unincorporated community in Clarke County, Alabama, United States. The name Opine likely comes from a shortened form of O'pine. A post office...
- He never had a chance." Micah Uetricht, managing director of Jacobin, opined in a review published by The Guardian that he was shocked that the media...
- relied on food stamps. While preparing to introduce the bill, Sanders opined: "Instead of attempting to explore Mars or go to the moon, how about Jeff...
- "which people find outrageous". Lynn Hirschberg of The New York Times opined that "the Jolie comparison would probably have been made by the media eventually...
- don't believe the president has lied." Journalist Elizabeth Williamson opined "her defence of her boss — and her castigations of the pressappear to...
- An opinion is a judgment, viewpoint, or statement that is not conclusive. A given opinion may deal with subjective matters in which there is no conclusive...
- dinner on a nightly basis. Conversely, Vancouver Sun columnist Steve Dotto opined that part of Twitter's appeal is the challenge of trying to publish such...
- his presidential ambitions. As a result, some political commentators have opined that American voters have unrealistic expectations of presidents: voters...
- been credited with po****rizing confessional songwriting: Rolling Stone opined that, because she "worked so hard at speaking her truth" through her lyrics...
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