attitude

[ at-i-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF attitude

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATTITUDE

Let us realize the importance of the attitude in which we stand before the world.

He was in doubt as to the attitude he had better assume to Will and Ted.

It is expressed in conduct, of course; but conduct may fail while the attitude can remain constant.

Their common decency in attitude toward the other sex was the unique bond of union.

In the instant of reply, Dick Gilder, by some inspiration of love, changed his attitude.

The thing that rankled and filled him with a sense of failure was Max Wilson's attitude.

He paused a moment, and Porter groaned inwardly; he knew that attitude.

The lad was like a strippling Judas; his attitude filled Mortimer with loathing.

Once more Peter sought in her face, in her attitude the information he craved.

They were all fixed, forever, in the look and attitude of that moment!

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