What is another word for opinionative?

Pronunciation: [əpˈɪni͡ənətˌɪv] (IPA)

Opinionative is a word used to describe someone who has strong opinions and is not easily swayed. Some synonyms for opinionative include opinionated, dogmatic, dictatorial, and adamant. These words all convey a sense of stubbornness and inflexibility in one's beliefs. Other synonyms for opinionative include emphatic, assertive, and insistent, which suggest a more forceful expression of one's views. Some antonyms for opinionative include open-minded, flexible, and receptive, which indicate a willingness to consider different perspectives and ideas. When communicating with someone who is opinionative, it is important to express your own views clearly and respectfully while also remaining open to hearing their perspective.

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Usage examples for Opinionative

Publicist, dry, thin-lipped, pedantic, opinionative, hard.
"The Adventure of Living"
John St. Loe Strachey
One is ignorant when one does not know the good of things; opinionative when one rates things by conventional standards; wise when one knows their real good.
"The Approach to Philosophy"
Ralph Barton Perry
The common female blue is indeed intolerable as a wife-opinionative and opinionated; and her opinion always is that her husband is wrong.
"Tales & Novels, Vol. IX [Contents: Harrington; Thoughts on Bores; Ormond]"
Maria Edgeworth

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