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Synonyms for opinionative

obstinate in your opinions

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Thesystem executes the dataset and categorized tweets into 412opinionative and 109 non-opinionative tweets where opinionative tweets are further classified into 221 positive and 109 negative tweets as well (Table 1).
The language they use express the emotions they keep for a certain topic being discussed in a Blog and this gives the opinionative touch to blogs and thus calls for need of field Opinion Detection in Blogs.
Thus, his Honour very openly acknowledged that questions of constitutional characterisation ultimately involve an 'opinionative assessment' on which 'reasonable minds can differ.' (236) Yet, like Callinan J, he found the entire Work Choices Act to be unconstitutional and he relied on much the same doctrinal propositions and reasoning strategy to do so.
To fail the test of opinionative high-mindedness is to reveal oneself not as a cad or a thief, but as racist, sexist, elitist, and so on.
(In his Apology Socrates admits that his examinations of others had this effect upon observers.)(32) So, the Stranger concludes, the sophist now comes to light as one who possesses a certain opinionative art ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) or science ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) about everything, but not the truth.