Definition of 'self-opinionated'
Example sentences containing 'self-opinionated'
The detective-sergeant was much younger and clearly far less tolerant and far more self-opinionated.A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE
Even the society of this self-possessed and self-opinionated young woman was preferable to being abandoned to his own maudlin company.STAGE FRIGHT
Definition of self-opinionated from the Collins English Dictionary
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