- obstinate or conceited with regard to the merit of one's own opinions; conceitedly dogmatic.
Origin of opinionated
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Examples from the Web for opinionated
What separates the trolls from the exuberant or opinionated is anonymity.Outed Madeleine McCann Troll Kills Herself. But Millions Live On Online.
Barbie Latza Nadeau
October 6, 2014
I believe an archetype was born in those years, that of the doughty British woman—proud, opinionated, but with a heart of gold.The Tragic, Heroic Women of World War I
June 29, 2014
Charles is an opinionated, arrogant man, convinced always that he is right.Charles's Hitler-Putin Comparison Shows Why Many Believe He Is Not Fit To Be King
May 22, 2014
“Our mom is a big brain—very passionate and opinionated,” says Sarah.Sarah and Susan Silverman: Comedian and Rabbi are Perfect Sisters
March 31, 2014
We understand the New York Post is an opinionated newspaper and that Fred Dicker is an extreme conservative.Governor Cuomo: ‘Extreme Conservatives Have No Place In New York’
January 22, 2014
He was restless, opinionated, and eager to assert himself and his convictions.The Fathers of New England
Charles M. Andrews
The man was the same, with his obstinate, opinionated look; the procedure was the same.The Gods are Athirst
He is the best of creatures, and the most respectable of men; but, opinionated.
I should have liked to contradict my opinionated servant, at that moment.
M. Roland was naturally self-confident, opinionated, and domineering.Madame Roland, Makers of History
John S. C. Abbott
- holding obstinately and unreasonably to one's own opinions; dogmatic
Word Origin and History for opinionated
"obstinate," c.1600, past participle adjective from opinionate.