Definitions

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  • adjective Having an attitude.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of attitude.

Etymologies

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attitude (“noun”) +‎ -ed

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See attitude (verb)

Examples

  • • Winslow did a lot in Cleveland, but he has a bad knee and he basically '' attituded '' his way out of town.

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  • They had similarly attituded ladies in tight Bonjour Jeans with the phrase Bonjour.... action....

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  • Sorry, Rudi, only a weird wolf-attituded man like me would get to see your name in such a privileged setting.

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  • If you answer a “1″ question, you get asked a “2″ question, if you answer a 2 question, you get asked a “3″ question, if you get a “3″ question wrong, you get a 2 question) I don’t recall, but I guess that was relatively impressive at the time, I hate code, it bores me.) rather possitive attituded about computer code.

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  • How quickly these Jews forget they were not the only victims of eerily similar attituded in the 1930’s and 40’s.

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