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  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Opining Opinion.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n opining Opinion; notion.
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In literature:

Belleisle, from the distance, strongly opined otherwise; Karl Albert himself had jealous fears about Bohmen.
"History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XIII. (of XXI.) Frederick The Great--First Silesian War, Leaving the General European One Ablaze All Round, Gets Ended--May, 1741-July, 1742." by Thomas Carlyle
In which, Kur-Hanover (Britannic George) was the one Elector that opined, No.
"History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XIV. (of XXI.) Frederick The Great--The Surrounding European War Does Not End--August, 1742-July, 1744" by Thomas Carlyle
I opined that conversation was not to his wish, but this only made me more determined to talk, and to talk to him above all others in London.
"Sketches in Lavender, Blue and Green" by Jerome K. Jerome
Next year, so the sporting writers opined, he would almost certainly make the Varsity team.
"Mary-'Gusta" by Joseph C. Lincoln
Faiz Ullah opined it was the will of God that these foreigners should die, and it remained only to give orders to burn the dead.
"The Day's Work, Volume 1" by Rudyard Kipling
The opinions differ pretty much according to the nature of the opinants.
"Roundabout Papers" by William Makepeace Thackeray
Clearly he was recovering, from which Garnache opined with regret that his blow had been too light.
"St. Martin's Summer" by Rafael Sabatini
The only men who, as I opine, ought to be allowed the use of Clubs, are married men without a profession.
"The Book of Snobs" by William Makepeace Thackeray
I opine, that it is plainly traceable to the first arrival of the Greenland whaling ships in London, more than two centuries ago.
"Moby Dick; or The Whale" by Herman Melville
Theodore Racksole opined, with peculiar glee, that he now had a tangible and definite clue for the catching of the Grand Babylon's ex-waiter.
"The Grand Babylon Hotel" by Arnold Bennett
Others opine that the earth swims upon the waters, as boards and broad planks, and by that reason is moved.
"Essays and Miscellanies" by Plutarch
His chronicler opines that it was a letter that must have moved a stone to tears.
"The Sea-Hawk" by Raphael Sabatini
And I rather opine that we can't be mean about this.
"The Prospector" by Ralph Connor
If someone, I opine, would throw into Tishewitz a few thousand rubles, everything would be forgotten.
"Stories and Pictures" by Isaac Loeb Peretz
A woman living in the country needed some outlet for her energy, she opined.
"Coelebs" by F.E. Mills Young
But I humbly opine, Captain, that our venture to-night stands in no need of vanguard, patrol or picquet.
"Rob of the Bowl, Vol. I (of 2)" by John P. Kennedy
It may be, as Stark opines, a contraction of some compound name.
"Surnames as a Science" by Robert Ferguson
Upon finding that the delinquent was an American, she opined that there could be no safety in a vessel where the sailors understood chess.
"Pencil Sketches" by Eliza Leslie
I opine you would not.
"Auricular Confession and Popish Nunneries Volumes I. and II., Complete" by William Hogan
Two Frenchmen in a restaurant showing off their English opined, 'It deed rain to-morrow.
"Atlantic Classics" by Various

In poetry:

Then, I had but to raise my hand,
And ev'ry Fed'ral min-i-on
Sprang hastily to my command,
And bowed to my opin-i-on.
"The Dictator" by C J Dennis
A was an apt Alligator,
Who wanted to be a head-waiter;
He said, "I opine
In that field I could shine,
Because I am such a good skater."
"An Alphabet Zoo" by Carolyn Wells
She lightly passed; nor did she once opine
How, better than all books, she had raised for me
In swift perspective Europe's history
Through the vast years of Caesar's sceptred line.
"In The Old Theatre, Fiesole" by Thomas Hardy
Stripped to the buff they circled round,
And jagged and swung and crossed;
To uppercut and smash and pound
No chances either lost;
Till folks opined, in some alarm,
That they might do each other harm.
"Averted Violence" by C J Dennis
Me yap's a dud. No matter 'ow I try,
Me conversation ain't the dinkum brand.
I'm 'opin' that she don't bust out an' cry:
It makes me nervis. But I understand.
Over an' over I can 'ear 'er say,
"An' Spadgers less than fifty mile away!"
"A Woman's Way" by C J Dennis
"On the day we took the transport there wus cheerin' on the pier,
An' we wus little chiner gawds; an' now we're sittin' 'ere,
Wiv the taste uv blood an' battle on the lips uv ev'ry man
An' ev'ry man jist 'opin' fer to end as we began.
"Sari Bair" by C J Dennis

In news:

Over the summer, just about every college football pundit opined that a bowl berth would be considered an achievement for Texas A&M in its first SEC season.
We will merely call Arizona's 2011 defense awful and opine that it offered little to no resistance to opposing offenses.
So in the months ahead, he must confront a number of major challenges that many have opined as "the defining moments" of his presidency.
It reminds me of Bill O'Reilly opining that the lack of "miscommunication" in the tides bespoke a divine origin.
President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney have both opined about it on the campaign trail.
"Like dazed survivors in a ravaged city, America's conservatives are wailing and beating their collective breasts," opines the Economist's "Lexington" columnist.
James Maiewski opined that the statement "Scientists are still divided 50/50 on global warming" is asinine.
A college economist recently opined that we have entered the era of "the disposable worker".
Attorneys may be asked to opine on or litigate recorded land use restrictions (also called restrictive covenants).
Newly-released tapes have Richard Nixon opining about abortion, Jews and women in the Republican Party.
See my prior post "Outrageous" where I opined that PDC Executive contract with 6 months severance pay was over the top.
In the last Mr Green Car (June 15), I opined that entertainment events, big and small alike, cause pollution in us driving from all over to participate.
George Bernard Shaw once opined, "Youth is wasted on the young".
Chris Matthews asked the panel on his syndicated weekend show to opine, and everyone seemed to think she is.
Economist and columnist Thomas Sowell opines, in commentary published in the Sun-Gazette on Monday, that relatively recent remarks by President Barack Obama in Quincy, Ill.

In science:

Remark 3.6 Since assertion (c) excludes—under (A1)-(A5)—partial but not total transitivity, one might opine that Theorem 1.3 would have been better formulated directly with the hypothesis of total transitivity.
Random walks in random environments without ellipticity
However, despite these developments, knowledgeable insiders generally opined that LISA enjoys sufficient support, both from Congress and within NASA, that further budget tightening for science would probably just lead to further delays, as opposed to LISA’s cancellation.
Matters of Gravity, the newsletter of the Topical Group in Gravitation of the American Physical Society
Lopez-Corredoira (2006) opines that, on the basis of existing data, either is possible; and Bellazzini et al. (2006) conclude that both are present − stars in the southern galactic warp on top of a dwarf galaxy.
Astrophysics in 2006
Since we began this discussion by opining that the Early Universe must have loved dwarfs (because she made so many of them), it seems appropriate to dive in here with a second cluster found (like Virgo) whose members are about 80% dwarfs (NGC 5846, Mahdavi et al. 2005).
Astrophysics in 2006
The pear shape was advertized around 1960 as a significant discovery from the space program, but Danson (2006) opines that this was known earlier.
Astrophysics in 2006
Though computing grows ever more powerful, Anonymous (2006g) opines that LSST and LHC will be the installations that challenge current capability for massive data processing.
Astrophysics in 2006
RELATED WORK We divide the related work on the task of summarizing product reviews into two sub- fields: discovering the users’ opin ions expressed in the reviews (sentiment analysis), and aggregating and arranging them in an appropriate output (summarization).
Product Review Summarization based on Facet Identification and Sentence Clustering
Subsequently, Popescu and Etzioni introduced the use of relaxation labeling technique in their OPINE system to determine facet orientation, and achieved an accuracy of 78%.
Product Review Summarization based on Facet Identification and Sentence Clustering
Naismith, Structural aspects of non-ribosomal peptide biosynthesis, Current Opin.
Template-directed biopolymerization: tape-copying Turing machines
Curr Opin Struct Biology, in press 8, xx–xx.
Protein design: A perspective from simple tractable models
Potential energy functions for threading Curr Opin.
Protein design: A perspective from simple tractable models
In his review, Ed Turner opined that lenses now give the best value of the Hubble constant.
Gravitational Lensing: Recent Progress and Future Goals - Conference Summary
We opine that, without proper market research, theoretical work tinkling with product pricing for profit is a questionable feat.
Exploring Network Economics
We also opine that the resource limitation in both medical and mobile devices is one of the main obstacles to defend against these attacks.
The Enemy Within: The Emerging Threats to Healthcare from Malicious Mobile Devices