verb (used with or without object), o·pined, o·pin·ing.
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Origin of opine
OTHER WORDS FROM opineun·o·pined, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH opineopine , opinion
Example sentences from the Web for opine
Somers started ranting and opining decades before Amanda Bynes had even opened a Twitter account.Suzanne Somers’s 13 Craziest Quotes: Sex, Adam Lanza, Patrick Swayze, and More|Amy Zimmerman|October 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
All that opining may have cost him a shot at the screenplay, as perhaps did naming his dream Christian Greys.
There's nothing wrong with opining based on the information you have; the problem is with calling the results a "fact".
"It's a factor of instability," Le Point quotes Thomas Hollande opining.
Each week you can find him opining for several top publications on nearly every aspect of literary thought.Adam Kirsch's Why Trilling Matters Reminds Us of Power of Reading|William Giraldi|December 1, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Mrs. Doria bowed to the System for another, not opining when it would be her turn to bow for herself.The Ordeal of Richard Feverel, Complete|George Meredith
A marked distinction between the two is, that Knowing or Cognition is infallible — Opining is fallible.
I may, perhaps, be justified in opining that Bonebreaker has before this left the establishment.Phineas Redux|Anthony Trollope
At length mankind spoke of knowing as well as of opining or perceiving.Theaetetus|Plato
He carried the arrangement off with an easy hand when it came to the selection, looking around, criticising, opining.Sister Carrie|Theodore Dreiser