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Words Related to Opinion and Argument - Forming or Expressing an Opinion 2

Here you will learn some English words related to forming or expressing an opinion, such as "forum", "feel", and "esteem".

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Words Related to Opinion and Argument
eloquence
[noun]
the ability to deliver a clear and strong message
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eloquent
[adjective]
able to utilize language to convey something well, especially in a persuasive manner
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eloquently
[adverb]
in a way that utilizes language to send a strong and clear message, especially when one is speaking in public
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esteem
[noun]
the level of respect and admiration that one has for someone or something
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to esteem
[verb]
to greatly admire or respect someone or something
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to express
[verb]
to show or make a thought, feeling, etc. known by looks, words, or actions
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expression
[noun]
the act of showing one’s ideas or feelings through words or actions
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fair hearing
[noun]
the act of giving both sides of an argument a fair chance to express their opinions about something
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favorability
[noun]
the degree to which someone or something is accepted or considered appealing
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favorable
[adjective]
describing something that is liked or approved
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favorably
[adverb]
in a positive, approving, or useful manner
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to feed back
[verb]
to give information or constructive suggestions about something, particularly with regard to improvement
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to feel
[verb]
to hold a particular opinion or attitude or have a feeling that something might be the case without a justifiable reason
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feeling
[noun]
a belief or opinion that is inspired by one's emotions rather than facts
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to find
[verb]
to have a particular opinion or feeling about something that makes one regard it in a specified way
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to find one's voice
[phrase]
to be able to speak and express oneself, particularly in a difficult situation or circumstance
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to flatter
[verb]
to believe something favorable about one's character or abilities even though it might not be true
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to flip-flop
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to make an abrupt change of opinion or policy, especially in an exchange with the opposing one
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forceful
[adjective]
(of people or opinions) strong and demanding in manner or expression
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forcefulness
[noun]
a person's ability to express their ideas and beliefs in a persuasive and assertive manner
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for my money
[phrase]
used to express one's opinions or beliefs
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forum
[noun]
a public meeting place where people can discuss and exchange views on various topics or issues
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freethinking
[adjective]
forming one’s own ideas rather than accepting what is generally accepted
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to gag
[verb]
to limit freedom of speech or to prevent someone from writing or talking about a particular subject
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gag
[noun]
a limitation on freedom of speech or a restriction on dissemination of information
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to get above oneself
[phrase]
to consider oneself better or more significant than one really is
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to get on one's soapbox
[phrase]
to express one's strong opinions or beliefs publicly and forcefully, often in a long and impassioned speech
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to give voice to sth
[phrase]
to allow one's feelings or opinions to be expressed
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to go by
[verb]
to form an opinion or judgement based on the information or experience one already has
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good name
[noun]
the positive opinion that people have about a person or a thing based on their reputation
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to go on
[verb]
to base an opinion or a judgment on something
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to have a down on
[phrase]
to dislike someone or have hostility towards them
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to have a good, bad, high, low, etc. opinion of
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to view someone or something as bad, high, low, etc.
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having said that
[phrase]
used to introduce an opposing statement after making a point
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hogwash
[noun]
an absurd idea or discussion
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hokum
[noun]
a stupid argument, discussion, etc.
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to hold
[verb]
to have a specific opinion or belief about someone or something
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to hold against
[verb]
to have a negative opinion about someone because of their actions in the past
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to hold one's peace
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to resist the temptation to say something; to stay calm
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how's that?
[phrase]
used to inquire about someone's opinion of something
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hue
[noun]
a type of attitude, belief, or opinion one has
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to have second thoughts
[phrase]
to start doubting a decision and begin to wonder whether it is the right or best thing to do
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to hunker down
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to hold on to one’s opinions or position, especially when confronted by unfavorable circumstances or criticism
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at length
[adverb]
in great detail
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