The very same question could have been asked of the host, who opined that “we should do a Sex and the City for the over-50 set.”
"There was something like a curse on this very noble boy," opined Cocteau.
After all, he opined, polygamy was banned in part because it was considered bad for children.
They held spirited informal readings from City Lights editions of Ginsberg, and opined on monetary policy.
“This is typical of left wing liars,” opined Bebesc, who was apparently accusing President Obama of going soft on immigration.
Rehim Ali opined that they were scouts of a whole troop, and said it was dangerous to expose ourselves to an attack in the night.
"A fellow hadn't ought to let himself get careless up in the bush," he opined.
They agreed to come and help me, but opined they wouldn't be wanted, as it would be raining before then.
"Might be better in the long run, an' he did," opined the man, gloomily.
Major-General Richard Ewell, riding at the head of his division, opined that it was as clear as the plains.
"express an opinion," mid-15c., from Middle French opiner (15c.) and directly from Latin opinari "have an opinion, be of opinion, suppose, conjecture, think, judge," perhaps related to optare "to desire, choose" (see option). Related: Opined; opining.