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  • Public opinion turned further against her following her failure to produce a son.
  • This created the idea of their right to have an independent opinion.
  • While this opinion has remained popular, other views have been expressed as well.
  • It is also employed to express opinion about possible future events.
  • He seems to have maintained his opinion throughout his life.
  • It has also presented current medical opinions of various medical conditions.
  • In his opinion, that could only be achieved through education.
  • White and Thomas, who did not write their own opinions, joined in both.
  • Student representatives ensure a strong connection between student opinion and the administration of each department.
  • Public opinion as a whole was against it.
  • One important consideration is the degree to which different opinions form around a single problem.
  • He had strong opinions about the proper form for state religion.
  • Such writers have had a significant impact on ideas, opinion or policy.
  • His wife's opinion of his financial conduct is unknown.
  • He asked his cabinet for written opinions about how to deal with the crisis.
  • Economic opinions of the members range between left and right.
  • His mother of also of great influence with her strong opinions on unity and community.
  • According to several medical opinions, there seems to be little truth behind the tale.
  • Fans of the series often have strong opinions over the order in which the books should be read.
  • While his music has remained popular among audiences, critical opinions were initially mixed.
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Meaning of opinion

  • noun A personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty
    my opinion differs from yours, I am not of your persuasion, what are your thoughts on Haiti?
  • noun A message expressing a belief about something; the expression of a belief that is held with confidence but not substantiated by positive knowledge or proof
    his opinions appeared frequently on the editorial page
  • noun The legal document stating the reasons for a judicial decision
    opinions are usually written by a single judge
  • noun The reason for a court's judgment (as opposed to the decision itself)