Someone who believes thathe knows the correct solution to many of the world's problems and who asserts it as the only right answer, is an example of someone who would be described as opinionated.
Origin of opinionatedProbably from Early Modern English opinionate, opinionated ( opinion ) ( -ate 1) -ed 2
- Parents will quickly notice that kids in grades four through seven will get progressively more opinionated when it comes to what they're allowed to play on the computer.
- As a part of making each bride's experience unforgettable, Kleinfeld staffers are often called on to intervene when a bride-to-be's entourage of opinionated family members and friends get out of hand.
- Unfortunately, when negative character aspects come in to play, the fixed signs may also produce character deficiencies such as stubbornness, a fear of change and a very opinionated nature.
- Mix a few strong, opinionated women together, throw in some politics and add a dash of war and you have the makings of a daytime talk show verbal smack-down.
- But periodically he forgot the utter uselessness of arguing with the opinionated old man.