Holding stubbornly and often unreasonably to one's own opinions.(adjective)
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Use "opinionated" in a sentence
"Before going after a woman's body or her looks as a way to retaliate against her for being smart and opinionated is just no longer acceptable."
"And, that we have to remain respectful of people who are not as strongly opinionated, which is why I loved this Huffington Post piece on the “Environmentalist Etiquette.”"
"She's also intelligent and opinionated, which is not common in media eye candy of either sex."