[ uh-pin-yuhnd ]

  1. having an opinion, especially of a specified kind.

  2. obstinate or dogmatic in one's opinions; opinionated.

Origin of opinioned

First recorded in 1575–85; opinion + -ed3

Other words from opinioned

  • un·o·pin·ioned, adjective

Words Nearby opinioned

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How to use opinioned in a sentence

  • With all his strong and sterling qualities he was regarded by the world in general, as, perhaps, a little hard and self-opinioned.

    Allison Bain | Margaret Murray Robertson
  • He is not so well opinioned of himself, as industrious to make others, and thinks no vice so prejudicial as blushing.

    Microcosmography | John Earle
  • And this is opinioned, because in holy Scripture it is recorded he sometimes wept, but never that he laughed.

  • "That's so," assented the easy-opinioned Shorty, exactly as if he had always maintained this view.

    The Virginian | Owen Wister
  • He had laughed at her cavalier mention of himself, but he was very willing to instruct this self-opinioned young person.

    Hester, Volume 1 (of 3) | Margaret Oliphant