Simple past tense and past participle of opine.(verb)
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Use "opined" in a sentence
"Gingrich told the GOP gathering that he thought “[t] here are many things that we can say yes to” while Palin opined “[t] here is no shame in being the party of no if [Democrats are] proposing an idea that violates our values, violates our conscience, violates our Constitution.”"
"The late ecologist Garrett Hardin opined that “it takes five years to change your mind about anything important,” and the process of that change is always interesting to observe and examine."
"Unlike Roberts, he has opined from the bench on both abortion rights, church-state separation and gender discrimination to the pleasure of conservatives and displeasure of liberals."