Definitions for "Opinion"
That which is opined; a notion or conviction founded on probable evidence; belief stronger than impression, less strong than positive knowledge; settled judgment in regard to any point of knowledge or action.
The judgment or sentiment which the mind forms of persons or things; estimation.
Favorable estimation; hence, consideration; reputation; fame; public sentiment or esteem.
Ideas that may or may not be based on fact.
A personal view about some matter. Everyone has opinions, and this is not in itself wrong. (Compare 1Co 7:25.) But some persons have difficulty distinguishing their personal opinions from revealed truth. (1Ti 6:3-5) Once a brother unloaded his written heartfelt opinions about some matters that were troubling him on me. He asked if I thought he had expressed himself too strongly. I replied that perhaps he ought to put the title ``95 Theses'' across the top and nail his manifesto to the Kingdom Hall door.[141] [141] The brother had some legitimate concerns and expressed them well. Sometimes the opportunity to speak one's mind to a trusted listener can be cathartic. (Compare Psa 4:4.)
Idea that may or may not be based on factual information, but more on how a person feels.
"Opinion" is a song by Kurt Cobain, lead singer and guitarist of the American rock band, Nirvana. It is survived by only one known version: a solo acoustic rendition performed live on an Olympia, Washington college radio show on September 25, 1990. This version appeared on bootlegs for many years, and in 2004 was officially released on the band's box set, With the Lights Out (and again, in 2005, on the compilation album Sliver - The Best of the Box).
a generalized (or specific) statement of perspective and is personal to the person making the statement
an instrument that allows the institutions to make a statement in a non-binding fashion, in other words without imposing any legal obligation on those to whom it is addressed
a statement of a person's thoughts, feelings, and/or impressions
Keywords:  sincere, vulgarity, even, it
a vulgarity, even when it's not sincere
Keywords:  glad, we'll, ours, you
We'll be glad to give you ours.
Keywords:  hypothesis
a hypothesis
an impression, a view
an outlook on a particular subject matter and is often accompanied by an attitude that is more than likely to be less than favourable
a point of view
Keywords:  colloquial, legal, term
Colloquial term for "legal opinion".
an evaluation of reality and is always necessarily subjective
a draft of legislation which is sent to the European Commission
a direct attack on the politically correct
Keywords:  daily, six, column, full, paper
a full-sized six-column daily paper
a position that a person takes on a particular topic
Keywords:  difference
a difference
To opine.