A notion that, over the years, almost invariably turned small talk into opinionated tirades.
We understand the New York Post is an opinionated newspaper and that Fred Dicker is an extreme conservative.
She was vocal, funny, opinionated and willing to mess around.
“Our mom is a big brain—very passionate and opinionated,” says Sarah.
But as Hilton has progressed from opinionated outsider to celebrity, his audience has gone more mainstream as well.
He thinks young men too reckless, opinionated, and pessimistic to be intrusted with the ballot at the age of twenty-one.
He is the best of creatures, and the most respectable of men; but, opinionated.
This gentle rebuke to Hood (an impetuous and opinionated officer), clearly shows the attitude of the Cabinet towards that problem.
I should have liked to contradict my opinionated servant, at that moment.
The ghastly tale which they told could not have been utterly unread even by the obtuse and opinionated mind of the vain mother.