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  • nounmental outlook
  • nounstance

synonyms for attitude

  • approach
  • belief
  • bias
  • character
  • demeanor
  • mindset
  • mood
  • notion
  • opinion
  • perspective
  • philosophy
  • point of view
  • position
  • posture
  • prejudice
  • reaction
  • sensibility
  • sentiment
  • stance
  • stand
  • temperament
  • view
  • air
  • angle
  • bent
  • disposition
  • headset
  • inclination
  • leaning
  • predilection
  • proclivity
  • routine
  • set
  • slant
  • standing
  • standpoint
  • temper
  • twist
  • frame of mind
  • like it is
  • mental state
  • mindtrip
  • say so
  • where one is at
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    Instead of denying or neglecting it, or whatever attitude we had in the past, it’s time we all get together and start working on this very seriously.
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    Without much thought, I carried this attitude over into my work.
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    The more knowledge she gained regarding the object, the more her attitude towards it was reshaped.
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    It has taught me that we, ourselves, can choose our attitude every day.
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    Since then, I took a completely different attitude to management.
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    I think that when you have a positive attitude and when you have confidence in yourself, everything else will just happen as it happens.
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    At the same time, the AudienceProject survey suggests users’ attitude toward ads might be changing.
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    The overturning of the law doesn’t change the mentality or the attitude of the people of India.
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    Effective science communication is critically important because of the profound effects partisan messaging can have on public attitudes.
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    The dormant accounts most of the banks maintain with the reserve bank are, perhaps, indicative of their attitude toward it.
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    WORDS RELATED TO ATTITUDE

    • affectation
    • attitude
    • bit
    • chaser
    • dissimilation
    • fake
    • false front
    • feigning
    • front
    • performance
    • phony
    • pose
    • posture
    • pretense
    • put-on
    • sham
    • show
    • shuck and jive
    • simulation
    • soft soap
    • stall
    • stance
    • stunt
    • sweet talk
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