Definition of attitude
- depicted her in a reclining attitude
- a threatening attitude
- a helpful attitude
- a negative attitude
- an optimistic attitude
- He was showing some attitude in practice today, so the coach benched him.
He has a positive attitude about the changes.
She's friendly and has a good attitude.
You need to change your bad attitude.
There's been a change in his attitude since his accident.
I don't know what her problem is. She has a real attitude.
I suggest you get rid of that attitude and shape up.
He was showing some attitude during practice today, so the coach benched him.
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: the way you think and feel about someone or something
: a feeling or way of thinking that affects a person's behavior
: a way of thinking and behaving that people regard as unfriendly, rude, etc.
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