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Synonyms for attitude

Synonyms for attitude

the way in which one is placed or arranged

the way in which a person holds or carries his or her body

a frame of mind affecting one's thoughts or behavior

a general cast of mind with regard to something

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a theatrical pose created for effect

position of aircraft or spacecraft relative to a frame of reference (the horizon or direction of motion)

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Because no differences were found demographically, attitudinally or behaviorally, it can be concluded that non-response bias was not present in the survey data.
In the schooling process, for example, Black immigrant youth students are forced to "choose" between the acceptance of their peers (which may mean deliberately thwarting a studious persona), the expectations of adult members of their immediate community (which may demand academic exceptionality with no reference point for such being erroneously socially constructed in some urban communities in the United States as the purview of only White people), and the values and behaviors that they perceive to be sanctioned by the White, dominant society (which often assume and attitudinally communicate to them that their eventual educational failure is a foregone conclusion).
Effective consumer targeting to those most attitudinally pre-disposed to the products--LOHAS, NATURALITES, and DRIFTERS--will create a more efficient marketing plan and lead to greater success in a crowded marketplace.
attitudinally and ethically committed to winning the contest rather than to some other goal, such as discovery of truth or fairness to the opposing side.
physically or attitudinally unsuitable could be weeded out.
Being a hunter/shooter is more attitudinally based and involves development over time of an individual's perception of him/herself as a hunter/shooter and as part of a hunting/shooting culture.
The attitudinally committed partner feels obliged to the relationship itself.
C is for All Races, All Sexes, All Ages, attitudinally hip, artfully irreverent, dedicated fully to the art of self-decoration and the realisation of the individual.
In comparison, Milan's work is diaristic, also invested in problems of race, sexuality, and history, but attitudinally frisky.
Since Missouri is a microcosm attitudinally, as well as demographically, it is probable that the responses to this question for the state would be similar to the country as a whole.
We are told that the poor are a homogenous group in America, but they are homogenous neither behaviorally nor attitudinally.
arrogance--whether reflected attitudinally (in the news pages) or
Slower responses to step three's attitudinally "unfamiliar" pairs (Disabled Athlete--Pleasant and Able-Bodied Athlete--Unpleasant) than to step five's familiar pairs (Disabled Athlete--Unpleasant and Able-Bodied Athlete--Pleasant) imply that the unfamiliar pairs are harder to retrieve.
True survey methodology can test product concept, but only attitudinally.
Discourse or the attitudinally determined mode of expression (e.