"Your self-opinionated talk does you little credit," Faltonius retorted.
She gave one the idea of being self-willed and self-opinionated.
self-opinionated, self-conceited, dogmatic, and contemptuous—they wore all the attributes of bigotry.
Most of them were cold, self-opinionated, ultra-artificial to her easy, poetic spirit.
"self-opinionated old mountebank," Harleston thought, as he went down the corridor to Carpenter's office.
And on he went, ruffled, but wrapped in self-opinionated vanity.
Then there was a small, self-opinionated gray pony, which was of no service conjecturable after this lapse of time.
But you have grown self-willed and self-opinionated of late, and I must say, you couldn't have a graver fault!
How is it that she has suddenly become “so self-opinionated”?
For the rest, he was a peevish, self-opinionated old man, and a rank impostor.