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Sentence count:30Posted:2017-01-31Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: opinionslopingdevelopingpinespinevulpinedeveloping countriestopicMeaning: [əʊ'paɪn]  v. 1. speak one's opinion without fear or hesitation 2. expect, believe, or suppose. 
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1. He opined that the navy would have to start again from the beginning.
2. The headmistress opined that the trip would make a nice change.
3. Some fields get disproportionate funds, he opined, while others go hungry.
4. I opined that it would certainly be dramatic, if un-presidential.
5. He opined that B's confession was unreliable; no rebuttal medical evidence was called by the Crown.
6. "This project is great news for Tucson," opined the Mayor.
7. Wrangham opines that while attacks on a possessor are rarely successful, such harassment often prevents eating.
8. The headmistress opined that the outing would make a nice change for Flora.
9. Alf opined that it would probably be a choice between fish cakes and cheese pie.
10. More likely, Hecataeus opined, he drove them from Epirus, a few hundred miles north.
11. I opine that it will rain before night.
12. I don't like to opine on the stock market, and again I emphasize that I have no idea what the market will do in the short term.
13. I don't like to opine on the stock market, and again i emphasize that i have no idea what.
14. Few players opine that sustaining the uptrend may be difficult as judging from the build up of inventories this week, SM consumption from downstream styrenic resins sector has remained weak.
15. I opine the US would not come to Taiwan's aid.
16. Dermatologists opine that as much as 90 percent of aging is caused by sun exposure.
17. Bloggers opine about world politics on TV alongside members of the Council on Foreign Relations.
18. "She's probably had a row with her boyfriend," Charles opined.
19. I recall Sir chose swan, a very wise choice for Sir to make, if I might opine.
20. On his way out of town, Steve Forbes was programmed to opine that the race has become him versus Dole.
21. Hippo: (open the big mouth and burst out laughing ) You do fancy yourself as a star. You opine you'd be Yang Shu with a stripe T-shirt!
22. In part, the messages about the recession are mixed, because most of the organisations and individuals who opine on the economy are not objective.
23. In the text, we presentation and discuss concept of stratagem, we opine that stratagem is significant for formed the best sub-branch.
24. Immigration is no solution, since a population of 100,000 is the limit , most islanders opine.
25. A physician testifying on causation issues will be asked to opine in the form dictated by the legal rule.
26. In exploring the origin of the Austronesian language-speaking peoples, many scholars opine that they have relations with both the Yue and the Pu groups in ancient China.
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27. So the letter-writers have sensibly chosen to concentrate on the conflicts that may arise when economists opine about matters that affect industries or companies with which they have financial links.
28. There's a time to plan and there's a time to opine about the future of the universe. But most of the time is a good time for getting things done.
29. But the result is the same; the founding-father will continue to opine, but the PAP will have a little more room to change and adapt to a changed electoral landscape.
30. Open to listening to new ideas, so feel free to opine.
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