Sure, they correlate with wealth, he opines, but perhaps aptitude does, as well.
“The president should have ordered the hanging of the local chief of security,” she opines.
"You could say it's the blondes and Bethenny versus the brunettes," he opines cheerfully.
He opines that he was born that way, that it must be a family mouth, at which his mother is extremely indignant.
And his own way, he opines, must be the right way for every one.
Bridget opines that it will go from bad to worse, and recommends putting a foot down.
How can a man who opines or affirms, opine or affirm falsely — that is, opine or affirm the thing that is not?
Reb Zerach opines that the matter is a deep one and worth consideration; but he himself does not eat Sheruyah?
He opines that this lignite is a mere indication of the immense vein of true carbon beneath.
Michelet opines that the squalls reveal the horror felt by the soul at being enslaved to nature.
"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.