Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: attitudes
IPA transcription: ['ætət,udz]
Pronunciations of attitudes
Usage examples
  • Such a separation could exist only if the personal attitudes ran their course in a world by themselves.
  • Out came the officers, in quick succession, tumbling heels over head and striking the ground in many undignified attitudes.
  • While such words as affection, concern, and motive indicate an attitude of personal preference, they are always attitudes toward objects--toward what is foreseen.
  • A premium is put on physical quietude; on silence, on rigid uniformity of posture and movement; upon a machine-like simulation of the attitudes of intelligent interest.
  • Attitudes and methods of approach and response vary with the specific appeal the same material makes, this appeal itself varying with difference of natural aptitude, of past experience, of plan of life, and so on.
  • Originality cannot be expected in a field like this, where all the attitudes and tempers that are possible have been exhibited in literature long ago, and where any new writer can immediately be classed under a familiar head.
  • All the disinterested people here are his particular admirers and have been carefully selected as such. There's supposed to be a copy of his last book in the house, and in the hall I come upon ladies, in attitudes, bending gracefully over the first volume.
  • By far the greater number stood leaning, in lazy, lounging attitudes, against the upright posts that supported the crazy building, while three or four of the oldest and most distinguished of the chiefs placed themselves on the earth a little more in advance.
  • To suppose that great heat of weather will authorise this disorder of the toilet, and will permit us to go in slippers, or with our legs and arms bare, or to take nonchalant or improper attitudes, is an error of persons of a low class, or destitute of education.
  • The gradual disruption of parties, and the new and radical attitudes assumed by men of independent thought, gave ample occasion to indulge in such epithets as "apostates," "renegades," and "traitors." Unusual acrimony grew out of the zeal of the Church and its ministers.
0. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Terry Fox, License CC BY-SA 4.0
1. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Child, License CC BY-SA 4.0
2. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Cat, License CC BY-SA 4.0