Origin of Op-Ed
How to use Op-Ed in a sentence
Then they discvrd that a 900 wd oped cd easily be reduced to a 400 wrd blogpost.
The implication of the oped is that Obama should support Israel no matter what its government does.
Separately, a recent study called The OpEd Project found that men are writing the majority of opinion columns in the media.
In Their village is no living thing save mice Which scamper'd as we oped each cabin door.The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886|Ministry of Education
The same kind Gent told me he oped they would sing their favrit song, "Ah, hide her nose!"
Morning with her fiery radiance oped the portals of the day, Shone once more on Kuru warriors, Pandav chiefs in dread array!
Ushas with her crimson fingers oped the portals of the day, Nations armed for mortal combat in the field of battle lay!
Once more the night-blooming cereus oped its dank petals; and amid its murky fragrance I sank to rest.
British Dictionary definitions for Op-Ed
- a page of a newspaper where varying opinions are expressed by columnists, commentators, etc
- (as modifier)an op-ed column in the New York Times