attitude

All Noun
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  • It was the attitude that got people moving, as well as the music.
  • You must look down on the enemy, and take up your attitude on slightly higher places.
  • Your attitude should be large or small according to the situation.
  • He passed this attitude on to each of his five sons.
  • He was turned towards her in an attitude of respect.
  • The present perfect is also used to show physical attitude.
  • He opposed its moderate attitude, especially towards the fight for self-government.
  • She was in an attitude of prayer with her eyes and hands raised towards Heaven.
  • He asked if he might keep them, but at this point the attitude of the monks changed.
  • This has led to some discussion of whether individual can hold multiple attitudes toward the same object.
  • This attitude grew more popular as debt payments became more difficult to meet.
  • A person is influenced by these attitudes even though they are not aware.
  • Finding this attitude odd, John ordered that all could come as they wished.
  • This did not impact the social attitude to children much, however -- see the article on child labour.
  • What's more, first ladies bring about impacts on the social attitude toward women.
  • A complete training system should also provide insight into Chinese attitudes and culture.
  • While alcohol may have been common, attitudes toward religion were very traditional.
  • The play is significant for its critical attitude toward 19th century marriage norms.
  • Nauka contains an additional set of life support systems and attitude control.
  • Attitudes achieve this goal by making things fit together and make sense.
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Words starting with attitude

Meaning of attitude

  • noun A complex mental state involving beliefs and feelings and values and dispositions to act in certain ways
    he had the attitude that work was fun
  • noun A theatrical pose created for effect
    the actor struck just the right attitude
  • noun Position of aircraft or spacecraft relative to a frame of reference (the horizon or direction of motion)