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Synonyms for opinion

in your opinion

Synonyms

  • in your view
  • personally
  • to your mind
  • as you see it
  • (according) to your way of thinking

matter of opinion

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  • debatable point
  • debatable
  • open question
  • open to question
  • moot point
  • open for discussion
  • matter of judgment

Synonyms for opinion

something believed or accepted as true by a person

Synonyms for opinion

a belief or sentiment shared by most people

the reason for a court's judgment (as opposed to the decision itself)

a vague idea in which some confidence is placed

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Compare Brief for Petitioner, supra note 6, at 38-39, with Brief for Respondents, supra note 20, at 14.
See Brief for Petitioner, supra note 6, at 4 (describing Top Ten Percent Law).
48) See Brief for Petitioner Graham, supra note 43, at 26-27; Brief for Petitioner Sullivan, supra note 44, at 9-10.
77) See Brief for Petitioner Graham, supra note 43, at 36-43; Brief for the APA, supra note 8, at 22-27; Brief for the AMA, supra note 8, at 16-24; Brief for Respondent at 15-24, Roper v.
1, 5 (1962)); see also Brief for Petitioners at 3-5, NFIB, 132 S.
11-398); see also Brief for Petitioners at 5-6, NFIB, 132 S.
11-347); Georgia-Pacific West Brief for Petitioners, supra note 7, at 50-58; Decker Brief for Petitioners, supra note 7, at 31-35; Brief of Respondent at 17-30, Decker, 133 S.
161) Decker Brief for Petitioners, supra note 7, at 13; Georgia-Pacific West Brief for Petitioners, supra note 7, at 51.
Reply Brief for Petitioners, supra note 360, at * 14-15 ("The Government claims that under its constricted view of Section 1222(a)(2), that provision 'provides meaningful relief to debtors,' while admitting that taxes incurred due to farm asset sales within the entire year of a bankruptcy filing as well as all post-petition sales would not be covered under the 2005 amendments to Section 507(a)(8).
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