- conceited; having an inordinately high regard for oneself, one's own opinions, views, etc.
- stubborn or obstinate in holding to one's own opinions, views, etc.
Also self-o·pin·ioned [self-uh-pin-yuh nd] /ˌsɛlf əˈpɪn yənd/.
Origin of self-opinionated
First recorded in 1665–75
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Examples from the Web for self-opinionated
She gave one the idea of being self-willed and self-opinionated.The Love Affairs of Lord Byron
Francis Henry Gribble
Hasdrubal, self-opinionated and incapable, paralysed everything and everybody.Lords of the World
Alfred John Church
"Your self-opinionated talk does you little credit," Faltonius retorted.The Unwilling Vestal
Edward Lucas White
How is it that she has suddenly become “so self-opinionated”?Maids Wives and Bachelors
Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
Most of them were cold, self-opinionated, ultra-artificial to her easy, poetic spirit.The "Genius"
less commonly self-opinioned
- having an unduly high regard for oneself or one's own opinions
- clinging stubbornly to one's own opinions
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