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Words Related to Opinion and Argument - Voicing Opinions

Here you will learn some English words related to voicing opinions such as "bias", "assert", and "delude".

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Words Related to Opinion and Argument
to account
[verb]
to be considered in a particular way
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about-face
[noun]
a major or complete change in attitude, opinion, or behavior
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according to
[preposition]
in regard to what someone has said or written
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advice
[noun]
a suggestion or an opinion that is given with regard to making the best decision in a specific situation
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to advise
[verb]
to provide someone with suggestion or guidance regarding a specific situation
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to air
[verb]
to share one's thoughts, concerns, complaints, etc. in a public manner
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airing
[noun]
a public expression or discussion of opinions
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to answer for
[verb]
to explain one's actions or decisions, especially when questioned or challenged
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to assert
[verb]
to behave confidently in a way that demands recognition of one's opinions
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assertion
[noun]
a statement representing a fact or what you strongly believe in
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assertively
[adverb]
in a self-assured way that highlights one's beliefs, thoughts, or intentions so clearly that everyone notices
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as far as sb is concerned
[adverb]
used to express an individual's opinion or personal viewpoint on a particular matter
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as far as sth is concerned
[adverb]
used to refer to the specific matter or topic being discussed or considered
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at length
[adverb]
in great detail
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at best
[phrase]
‌used when you take the most optimistic view, especially in a bad situation
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to avow
[verb]
to publicly state that something is the case
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avowal
[noun]
an open declaration or affirmation of one’s opinions
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to backbite
[verb]
to talk about someone who is absent in a mean way
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to backpedal
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to completely change one’s position on or opinion about something to not do what one has promised
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to backtrack
[verb]
to change one's opinion, or retract one's statement due to being under pressure
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badly
[adverb]
in an unfavorable or disapproving manner
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basically
[adverb]
used to state one’s opinion while emphasizing or summarizing its most important aspects
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bias
[noun]
an unfair behavior that favors or discriminates against someone or something
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to bias
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to unfairly influence or manipulate something or someone in favor of one particular opinion or point of view
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to budge
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to come to an agreement or make someone change their mind
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to blow hot and cold
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to keep changing one’s attitude toward someone or something
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to call a spade a spade
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to talk about something in a completely open and direct way
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to change one's mind
[phrase]
to change one's opinion or decision regarding something
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to change one's tune
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to change one's opinion or behavior toward something
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chickenshit
[noun]
statements, ideas, or opinions that seem very foolish or untrue
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to come around
[verb]
to completely change one's decision or opinion
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to come out
[verb]
to express if one is for or against an idea or arguement
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to come over
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to completely change one’s point of view or side
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comment
[noun]
a spoken or written remark that expresses an opinion or reaction
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to comment
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to express one’s opinion about something or someone
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to confer
[verb]
to exchange opinions and have discussions with others, often to come to an agreement or decision
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one's considered opinion
[phrase]
one’s final verdict after giving a subject adequate attention and considerable amount of thought
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to convert
[verb]
to persuade someone to adopt new ideas, principles, or methods
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to convert
[verb]
to adopt a new set of principles, ideas, or methods
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declamation
[noun]
a strong statement or a piece of writing that expresses certain feelings and opinions
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declamatory
[adjective]
expressing one's feelings in a dramatic and forceful way
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to deduce
[verb]
to determine by a process of logical reasoning
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to deem
[verb]
to consider in a particular manner
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to delude
[verb]
to deceive someone into believing something that is not true, often by creating false hopes or illusions
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delusion
[noun]
a reinforced false belief or opinion that someone has
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to discuss
[verb]
to talk or write about a subject in detail in while taking different perspectives and issues into consideration
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discussion
[noun]
an act or process of talking and sharing ideas in order to reach a decision or conclusion
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dogmatically
[adverb]
in a critical and arrogant manner therefore refusing to consider other's opinions
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double entendre
[noun]
a phrase or word that intentionally conveys two distinct meanings, usually with one sexual connotation
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