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Sonic Youth fans will be pleased to hear the elements of scuzz noise and high-art primitivism of that band injected into attitudinal riffs with sing-along charm of Talon's song.
A: Today, 27 years after the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed, the law has done much to remove physical barriers, but not attitudinal barriers.
There began to become a real attitudinal shift in the leadership of the community that just said, look, enough’s enough.
There is no dial on the wall at the Republican National Committee or the Democratic National Committee to set ideological or attitudinal positions.
But the gender attitudinal reversal that appeared in the 1990s is not only about the shifting character of America’s racial and ethnic fabric.
Galdámez and Robles realized that the biggest impediment to Salvadorans who wished to work in call centers was attitudinal, not linguistic.
In its day, the group was at the vanguard of hip-hop’s progressive wing, an exquisite balance of philosophical and attitudinal, melodic inventiveness and subwoofer thump.
Don’t think such an attitudinal evolution didn’t factor into the league’s growth in popularity and the enormous television revenue increases that stretched the salary cap and allowed the Warriors to pursue Durant.
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Origin and Etymology of attitudinal
First Known Use: 1818See Words from the same year
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Definition of attitudinal for English Language Learners
: relating to, based on, or showing a person's opinions and feelings
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