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Words Related to Opinion and Argument - Perspectives in Discussion

Here you will learn some English words related to perspectives in discussion such as "misjudge", "infer", and "impression".

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Words Related to Opinion and Argument
if
[conjunction]
used to express one's opinion
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if anything
[phrase]
used to suggest that the opposite of what has been stated may be closer to the truth
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if you ask me
[phrase]
used when someone gives their personal opinion, emphasizing on the fact that it is their personal view
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I am easy
[sentence]
used to express indifference toward the options or choices that are offered
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in my humble opinion
[phrase]
an abbreviation that is used in texting to express one's personal opinion about a particular subject
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impression
[noun]
an opinion or feeling that one has about someone or something, particularly one formed unconsciously
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in all honesty
[adverb]
used to emphasize that the speaker is being sincere and truthful in their statement
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inclined
[adjective]
giving an opinion in a way that is not strong
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to infer
[verb]
to reach an opinion or decision based on available evidence and one's understanding of the matter
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inference
[noun]
a conclusion one reaches from the existing evidence or known facts
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inflexibility
[noun]
the quality of being unable or unwilling to change
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inflexibly
[adverb]
in a firm and unchangeable manner
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in my book
[phrase]
according to one’s own personal opinion
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in one's eyes
[phrase]
according to one’s opinion
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in one's opinion
[phrase]
used to express what one thinks or believes, which is not necessarily a fact
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to interject
[verb]
to suddenly interrupt someone with one’s own opinion or remark
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in the sight of
[phrase]
according to someone's opinion or perception
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intransigence
[noun]
the state or quality of unwillingness to change one's opinion or behavior
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judge
[noun]
someone who possesses the necessary knowledge or ability to form or give an opinion about something or someone
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judgment
[noun]
an opinion that is formed after thinking carefully
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to judge
[verb]
to form a decision or opinion based on what one knows
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to keep one's own counsel
[phrase]
to keep one's opinions, plans, or intentions secret
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leaning
[noun]
a tendency to believe in or favor something
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to lean
[verb]
to have a tendency to choose or support something
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to lean towards
[verb]
to favor something, especially an opinion
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left field
[noun]
an opinion that is uncommon, unpopular, or strange
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like
[preposition]
used in a question asking for a description of someone or something
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to maintain
[verb]
to firmly express an opinion or statement as true and valid, although others may disagree
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to make one's voice heard
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to ascertain that one's feeling, opinion, point of view, etc. is considered, understood, or has an impact
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middle ground
[noun]
a specific set of opinions, ideas, etc. on which conflicting parties agree; a position that is intermediate
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to misjudge
[verb]
to form an incorrect opinion or assessment about someone or something
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misjudgment
[noun]
‌an incorrect or unjust opinion that is formed about someone
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mistake
[noun]
an act or opinion that is wrong
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mistaken
[adjective]
wrong in one's judgment, opinion, or belief
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mistakenly
[adverb]
in a wrong or incorrect manner
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to mold
[verb]
to shape or influence the way someone’s character or opinions develop
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to moralize
[verb]
to be critical of people and tell them what is right and wrong in order to establish one’s superiority
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to muzzle
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to restrain someone from freely expressing their opinions in public
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name
[noun]
the reputation that someone has or the opinion that people have about them
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non-committally
[adverb]
‌in a way that deliberately refrains from giving a definitive answer or expressing one's opinion or intentions clearly
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notice
[noun]
(usually plural) a short review on a new play, book, film etc., especially one that is written exclusively for a newspaper or magazine
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not half
[phrase]
used to emphasize a fact, opinion, statement or quality
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