attitudinal attitudinal  /ˌæ tə ˈtu də nəl/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) of or relating to attitudes

Usage(s):

  1. Vogueing is an attitudinal affectation that mixes model-like poses with the athleticism of break dancing and the wry sophistication of gay humor.
  2. What's driving attitudinal change is the fact that we need solutions to our energy crisis, and we need them fast.
  3. In essence, Bradley is after the hardest solution, attitudinal change, which the most enlightened government action can only marginally influence.

News

Quotes

  1. "The 'Entourage' star and the star of an upcoming film that actually looks very funny is reportedly somewhat attitudinal," Ross said on jrsbarbq.com.
    on Aug 1, 2009 By: Jim Ross Source: Pro Wrestling Torch

  2. "He is part of that attitudinal foundation we are delighted about," coach Tyrone Willingham said. "He just has that refreshing quality in a person that wants excellence in everything he touches."
    on Mar 8, 2007 By: Tyrone Willingham Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

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