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Synonyms for opine

Synonyms for opine

to have an opinion

Synonyms for opine

express one's opinion openly and without fear or hesitation

expect, believe, or suppose

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As Jim opines, ``I confided in the world's worst confidante.
Clearly these "transgendered worlds" are all news to Baur, and in her excitement she spends far too much time on inarticulate philosophizing--"They [society] don't want women to look like men," opines one interviewee--and not enough time putting her subjects in context.
Global Banking News-February 4, 2011--Head of HSBC Trinkaus opines that some states in euro region should be allowed to default(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
Summary: Dispelling apprehensions over the future of the two-wheeler segment with the launch of India's cheapest car Nano, Pawan Munjal, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Hero Honda Motors, opines that it will have no bearing in the two-wheeler market.
Part of the reason I moved to New York is I didn't feel I belonged here,'' she further opines - so why did she uproot Tom to move back?
I wouldn't say we're back in the '50s, but we definitely haven't achieved a situation where a gay happy ending is even a possible solution for a story," opines Teddy Awards coordinator Manuela Kay.
Whatever bursts of imagination that manage to get through - after a character is set on fire, a teenager opines, ``Don't worry, the rain will put him out'' - are usually followed by a half-dozen in-jokes that could only be appreciated by someone who still watches ``Evil Dead'' on a regular basis.