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opine
used in Howards End

3 uses
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Definition
speak one's opinion
  • "I dare say it is all for the best," opined Mrs. Munt.
    Chapter 5 (78% in)
  • And then, remembering that in England the new-comer ought not to call before she is called upon, she changed her tone from awe to disapproval, and opined that Mrs. Wilcox was keine Dame.
    Chapter 8 (7% in)
  • And then he dived into the coffee-room, and she heard him say, "For God's sake, hurry the women up; we shall never be off," and Albert Fussell reply, "Not I; I've done my share," and Colonel Fussell opine that the ladies were getting themselves up to kill.
    Chapter 25 (39% in)

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