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Words Related to Opinion and Argument - Expressing Views

Here you will learn some English words related to expressing views such as "stance", "slant", and "swing".

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Words Related to Opinion and Argument
to say
[verb]
to express one's point of view or opinion on something
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say
[noun]
the right or chance to give an opinion about something
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to scorn
[verb]
to have no respect for someone or something because one thinks they are stupid or undeserving
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scorn
[noun]
a very strong feeling that someone or something is despicable or unworthy of respect
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to see
[verb]
to regard someone or something in a specific way
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to seesaw
[verb]
to constantly change from one opinion, state, or mood to another and then back again
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self-image
[noun]
the conception someone has, particularly about their abilities, character, and qualities
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self-regard
[noun]
consideration or concern for oneself or one’s own interest
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sentiment
[noun]
an opinion, feeling, or thought that is guided by emotions
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shade
[noun]
a slight difference in opinion, idea, etc.
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to shift
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to change one's opinion, idea, attitude, or plan
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to shift one's ground
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to adopt a different opinion or point of view, particularly a contradictory one
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to shoot down
[verb]
to be too harsh on someone just to prove that their ideas are wrong or stupid
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should
[verb]
used to show expectancy regarding something
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to shove sth down one's throat
[phrase]
to compel someone to accept one’s ideas and beliefs, especially in an annoying way
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to signal
[verb]
to do something to make one's feelings or opinions known
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to sing a different tune
[phrase]
to talk or act differently because of a change in opinion, behavior, or attitude, especially one that happens abruptly
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to size up
[verb]
to examine someone or something in order to form a judgment
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slant
[noun]
a unique approach or perspective that is centered around a particular opinion
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slur
[noun]
a mean or hurtful word or comment that is used to insult or put down someone based on their race, gender, or other traits
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some
[determiner]
used to express a negative opinion or disappointment of someone or something
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to sound off
[verb]
to express strong and often negative opinions about something, typically in a rude manner
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to sound a note (of something)
[phrase]
to have or express particular feelings or opinions
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speaking as
[phrase]
expressing one's opinions or point of view as someone who has had the same or similar experience
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to speak out
[verb]
to confidently share one's thoughts or feelings without any hesitation
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to speak the same language
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to be able to understand someone because of having mutual tastes, opinions, attitudes, etc.
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speculatively
[adverb]
in a way that shows one's decisions are merely based on estimations or personal opinions rather than actual facts
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to stake out
[verb]
to clearly state one's opinions in order to distinguish between one's ideas and other's
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stance
[noun]
a person's or a group's opinion regarding an issue
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to stand
[verb]
to have a certain opinion regarding an issue
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stand
[noun]
an attitude, position or opinion that one holds or states firmly
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to stand by
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to remain loyal to or supportive of someone, particularly during a hard time
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to stand pat
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to refuse to change one's opinions, attitudes, or decisions
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standpoint
[noun]
an opinion or decision that is formed based on one's belief or circumstances
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statement
[noun]
something that is expressed through things one says or writes
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straw poll
[noun]
an unofficial test of opinion that includes a number of people who give their opinion about something or say whether or not they intend to participate in an election
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the street
[noun]
the ideas and opinions that ordinary people have, especially people who live in cities
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stripe
[noun]
a distinct type, category, or opinion
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strongly
[adverb]
in a forceful and persuasive manner
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stubbornly
[adverb]
in a manner that shows a person's resistance or unwillingness to reconsider what they think or want to do
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subjective
[adjective]
based on or influenced by personal feelings or opinions rather than facts
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subjectivity
[noun]
the state of being affected by personal opinions and feelings instead of facts and statistics
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subjectively
[adverb]
in a way that is only based on or influenced by one's personal opinions, ideas, or feelings
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to suggest
[verb]
to mention an idea, proposition, plan, etc. for further consideration or possible action
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suggestion
[noun]
the act of putting an idea or plan forward for someone to think about
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to swing
[verb]
to shift or cause to shift from one opinion, mood, etc. to another
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swing
[noun]
a noticeable change from one opinion to another
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syndrome
[noun]
a set of characteristics, behaviors, or qualities considered as normal for a particular type of person
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