Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
Late-Middle English; from Latin opinari "think, believe"
  • surmise declare judge feel guess
  • calculate disbelieve know measure
to hold or express an opinion
A) He tried not to opine on politics when he could avoid it, but he felt like he might have to tonight. B) She wanted to opine about what she saw on her trip but found her audience less than attentive.
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