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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishself-opinionatedˌself-oˈpinionated adjective  PROUDbelieving that your own opinions are always right and that everyone else should agree with you – used to show disapproval
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self-opinionatedUsing it inappropriately with some one who has very strong feelings on a subject may lead you to be regarded as insensitively self-opinionated.When I called you a pompous, self-opinionated bully I meant every word!He was, without doubt, the most arrogant, self-opinionated man it had ever been her misfortune to meet.He was a self-opinionated, overbearing tyrant, and he was the last man she should want to tangle with.Mrs Turpin is a self-opinionated woman.For that matter, he'd seen that loft being put together, knew it almost as well as that self-opinionated young architect had.
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