Specific examples of being opinionated

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Hey everybody. I kind of understand the definition of being opinionated. My problem is I don't quite know how to determine if someone is an opinionated person or not. Let's see the definition from the dictionary:

Definition: expressing very strong opinions about things.

strong ideas? like what? If I think that Donal Trump is a hero, does that count as being opinionated? If I think that living a live without never taking a shower would preserve you better because is the most natural thing to do, does that count as being opinionated? how do you describe an opinionated person?

Can you give some specific examples, like describing a specific case.

Thank you so much for your help.
  • DonnyB

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    The definition given in Oxford Dictionaries is somewhat more pejorative: Characterized by conceited assertiveness and dogmatism.

    They also give some sample sentences illustrating its use. :)



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    If the threads helpfully linked to above do not answer your question, feel free to join the discussion in any relevant thread. Be sure to provide an example sentence, in context, if you do. This thread is closed.

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