attitudinising love

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of attitudinise.

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Examples

  • The Huffington Post is a zizzy aggregation of celebrity tattle, liberal attitudinising and worthy if unpaid blogs from the relatively great and sometimes good.

    Huffington's first Post in Britain fails to rally the troops

  • The skill is undoubted, particularly that of lead dancer Talia Evtushenko, but the attitudinising tiresome.

    La La La Human Steps – review

  • The Europe case is sound but the baggage that comes with it is unattractive and in any case a world of electoral dreams The other problem is that this attitudinising will leave the Conservative party entirely in the hands of Liberals with any move towards UKIP policies, which are widely supported, appearing actually treacherous This is very bad indeed and entirely the fault of UKIP who have failed to maintain respectability and civility.

    Priestly Castes and Political Exclusion

  • It is, I have said, the fashion for both to be greatly overcome and to appear as if about to faint: the groom looks especially ridiculous when so attitudinising.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The Europe case is sound but the baggage that comes with it is unattractive and in any case a world of electoral dreams The other problem is that this attitudinising will leave the Conservative party entirely in the hands of Liberals with any move towards UKIP policies, which are widely supported, appearing actually treacherous This is very bad indeed and entirely the fault of UKIP who have failed to maintain respectability and civility.

    The Chimera of UKIP

  • The Europe case is sound but the baggage that comes with it is unattractive and in any case a world of electoral dreams The other problem is that this attitudinising will leave the Conservative party entirely in the hands of Liberals with any move towards UKIP policies, which are widely supported, appearing actually treacherous This is very bad indeed and entirely the fault of UKIP who have failed to maintain respectability and civility.

    Archive 2006-10-22

  • To return from this digression, we were about to say, that these are the sort of people whom you see talking, and attitudinising, outside the stage – doors of our minor theatres.

    Sketches by Boz

  • His thoughts and his language are always attitudinising.

    The Virginians

  • Hunt was also to write that he and Millais used to stand in front of the Raphael cartoons (then at Hampton Court) and judge them fearlessly, also that they condemned Raphael's Transfiguration (which they had never seen) 'for its grandiose disregard of the simplicity of truth, the pompous posturing of the Apostles, and the unspiritual attitudinising of the Saviour.'

    Cosa Nostra

  • It had also been considered indispensable that Harlequin should be continually attitudinising in the five different positions of Admiration,

    A History of Pantomime

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