opinioned


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opinioned

(əˈpɪnjənd)
adj
having strong opinions
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They opinioned in the prevailing political scenario, it seems difficult for the ruling PTI to get all its nominees elected despite having the numerical strength because of losing the loyalties of some of its dissident members.
17] Jain et al opinioned that the suture line presents a considerable risk of intestinal leakage, if the suture line does not heal satisfactorily due to the presence of one or more adverse factors.
An experimental study of the relationship between opinioned leadership and small group consensus.
He also opinioned that, happy to have partnership with C-DAC on this initiative, they have proved themselves in the field and we look forward to collaborate further on new and emerging areas of science.
While on the subject of dandelions, I am offended when people are so strong opinioned about specifying they are not a flower.
In our study, femur obeys the growing-end theory of Mysorekar that opinioned the direction of nutrient foramina is determined by the growing end of the bone.
a person seeking a grant or approval for program or departmental status enters into an atmosphere that is not only liminal but also populated with very opinioned people who lack, in most cases, even a rudimentary knowledge of faith, religion, and religions (19) and who are easily part of the growing number of "nones" among us.
Therefore, as European Economic and Social Committee opinioned, "it is essential to mainstream the gender dimension and insert specific measures into the objectives, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of policies developed under the umbrella of Europe 2020" (33).
Respondents on all productions opinioned that their productions suffered from poor quality because of limited budgets.