Part of speech: adjective

Unwarrantably attached to one's own opinion.

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Usage examples "opinionated":

  1. In conversation he was brusque and opinionated; but Andrew was soon convinced that he possessed marked business ability. - "For the Allinson Honor", Harold Bindloss.
  2. On many occasions I have conscientiously striven to point out to your honored, if somewhat opinionated, sire the injustice, indeed I may say the brutality, of the views he so openly expresses towards the labor class. - "A Tame Surrender, A Story of The Chicago Strike", Charles King.
  3. The man was the same, with his obstinate, opinionated look; the procedure was the same. - "The Gods are Athirst", Anatole France.