V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: to state an opinion

Synonyms: comment, surmise, remark


Tips: Opine is derived from the Latin opinari, "to have an opinion, suppose, think, judge." Note: opine and opinion have the same root. To opine is to have an opinion and to speak out regarding your opinion.

Usage Examples:

Bill O'Riley asks his viewers to email him and opine about the latest news and political events. (express an opinion)

Greg loves to opine about politics and will give his opinion to anyone willing to listen. (express an opinion)

Don't sit there and opine about what you think I should do; it's my life and I can make my own decisions. (remark, comment)

During the Sunday news shows, pundits opine about the latest news and political events. (express their opinion)

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