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Pronunciation:

[ˈatɪtjˌuːd], [ˈatɪtjˌuːd], [ˈa_t_ɪ_t_j_ˌuː_d]
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Synonyms for Attitude:

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Rhymes for Attitude:

  1. platitude, latitude, gratitude;

Quotes for Attitude:

  1. I think it has something to do with being British. We don't take ourselves as seriously as some other countries do. I think a lot of people take themselves far too seriously; I find that a very tedious attitude Joan Collins.
  2. I went to the Performing Arts School and studied classical ballet. That attitude is something that's put into your head. You are never thin enough. Carmen Electra.
  3. Some people say that I have an attitude Maybe I do. But I think that you have to. You have to believe in yourself when no one else does- that makes you a winner right there. Venus Williams.

Idioms of Attitude:

  1. have a bad attitude
  2. waitandsee attitude
  3. strike an attitude

Adjectives for Attitude:

  • ignorantly sentimental,
  • familiar receptive,
  • conservative ptolemaic,
  • aurorans disgustingly casual,
  • harmful psychological,
  • disgustingly casual,
  • bizarrely sentimental,
  • new, get-tough,
  • awfully laid-back,
  • normal defiant,
  • completely wrong-headed,
  • definitely belligerent,
  • sometimes cavalier,
  • breezy, blithe,
  • single-minded behavioral,
  • immature and sophomoric,
  • overly moralistic,
  • fun-loving, youthful,
  • apparently flip,
  • sudden carefree,
  • clearly respectful and subordinate,
  • moral, no-nonsense,
  • pompous, thankless,
  • decidedly indifferent,
  • unbelievably cooperative,
  • war-critical,
  • stupidly cheery,
  • slackly powerful,
  • ego-testical,
  • racially enlightened,
  • brisk, chirpy,
  • totally open-minded,
  • fierce darwinian,
  • infantile, retentive,
  • tightly homophobic,
  • goddamned materialistic,
  • obvi-usly casual,
  • secretive, contradictory,
  • unbecomingly cavalier,
  • overly cool,
  • witty, happy,
  • sentimental and stupid,
  • ebullient and carefree,
  • condescending, proprietorial,
  • belligerent lawless,
  • rational or civilized,
  • sentimental, elitist,
  • unyielding, intractable,
  • cheerily businesslike,
  • seemingly mercenary,
  • reasonable, businesslike,
  • mildly jovial,
  • complacent and cooperative,
  • aloof professional,
  • correct socialist,
  • wryly sarcastic,
  • convivial and wryly sarcastic,
  • naturally confrontational,
  • correct, crisp,
  • sanctimonious holier-than-thou,
  • perfectly arrogant,
  • intelligent receptive,
  • improperly high-handed,
  • infinitely stubborn,
  • icy virgin,
  • earlier submissive,
  • neutral wait-and-see,
  • totally uncaring,
  • similar cavalier,
  • clinically neutral,
  • humorous and seemingly uncaring,
  • hostile, superior,
  • all-purpose bitchy,
  • harsh and zealous,
  • defiant, insolent,
  • present heedless,
  • seemingly cold and critical,
  • arrogant, unyielding,
  • unswerving judicial,
  • usual restful,
  • unhappy and almost fatal,
  • distant and even hostile,
  • merely repellent,
  • fine negligent,
  • easy-going, inefficient,
  • prudent and uncompromising,
  • guileless and attractive,
  • normal perpendicular,
  • wise and grateful,
  • diplomatically correct and consistent,
  • diplomatically correct,
  • ironical and prudent,
  • malignant and suspicious,
  • wild graceful,
  • menacing, peremptory,
  • forlorn and downcast,
  • carefully avowed,
  • uncompromising and defiant,
  • slightly glacial,
  • wholesome jewish,
  • quiet and unimpassioned,
  • old-fashioned parental,
  • reverent, exclusive,
  • chivalrous, magnanimous,
  • fully receptive,
  • steep and brittle,
  • sad, contemplative,
  • scrupulously formal,
  • frankly ignorant and inquiring,
  • statesmanlike and truly patriotic,
  • ludicrously grand,
  • lovelorn, ludicrous,
  • correct neutral,
  • critical antagonistic,
  • consistently critical,
  • nearly civilized,
  • perfectly cheerful and healthy,
  • previous listless,
  • tolerant filial,
  • universally benevolent,
  • stilted and repellent,
  • cosmopolitan and international,
  • haughty and rigid,
  • easygoing modern,
  • sterile and purely technical,
  • legal mental,
  • bold and somewhat uncompromising,
  • absolutely serene and simple,
  • timidly worshipful,
  • defensive explanatory,
  • mute, reverential,
  • hopefully deprecatory,
  • easy horizontal,
  • passive contemplative,
  • cheerful, negligent,
  • imperious and monumental,
  • cynical and impolite,
  • overbearing and defiant,
  • intense pessimistic,
  • independent, unyielding,
  • immovable and modest,
  • obstinate and unconstitutional,
  • strictly nootral,
  • beautiful, amorous,
  • entire deferential,
  • primal, normal,
  • rather intransigent,
  • sedate and scientific,
  • demurely irreverent,
  • impudently unconventional,
  • formal, soulless,
  • hitherto non-existent,
  • apathetic and nonchalant,
  • contemptuous and critical,
  • praiseworthy and obvious,
  • conventional and theoretical,
  • conciliatory and obliging,
  • former humorous,
  • innately democratic,
  • masculine emotional,
  • revoltingly cynical,
  • straightforward and human,
  • perfectly straightforward and human,
  • extremely complacent,
  • largely upper-class,
  • theosophico-mystical,
  • facts skeptical,
  • many facts skeptical,
  • easy genteel,
  • profoundly humanistic,
  • sincere and conciliatory,
  • calm and vigilant,
  • dumb and shiftless,
  • characteristically democratic,
  • broadly hospitable,
  • hitherto expectant,
  • free, irresponsible,
  • strenuous, simple-minded,
  • hostile and reasonable,
  • scrupulously sincere and truthful,
  • scrupulously sincere,
  • graceful and recumbent,
  • somewhat negative and passive,
  • similarly receptive,
  • original awkward,
  • stern and almost majestic,
  • graceful and indifferent,
  • disloyal and suspicious,
  • partly disloyal and suspicious,
  • partly disloyal,
  • doggedly pacific,
  • duly reverent,
  • nonesthetical,
  • stiff and dogmatic,
  • ill-advised and hostile,
  • graceful but galling,
  • poor nonchalant,
  • illogical, unhappy,
  • pliant, feminine,
  • tolerant but unsympathetic,
  • cruel and unscientific,
  • careless, cruel and unscientific,
  • active or impetuous,
  • antagonistic organic,
  • protective and sentimental,
  • average ecclesiastical,
  • persistently loyal and sincere,
  • persistently loyal,
  • orthodox genteel,
  • never restless,
  • moody and thoughtful,
  • meekly worshipful,
  • unsound and rebellious,
  • dubious and expectant,
  • present resentful,
  • extreme or doctrinaire,
  • sensible, logical and necessary,
  • purely negative and defensive,
  • indifferent or positively hostile,
  • attentive and inquisitive,
  • middle-class, puritanical,
  • sane and single-minded,
  • provocatively casual,
  • shockingly inconsistent,
  • menacing and efficient,
  • hostile and impudent,
  • critical or even antagonistic,
  • impossible moral,
  • nobly pessimistic,
  • animated but very different,
  • hostile and antithetical,
  • gaily credulous,
  • rhythmically constructive,
  • extraordinarily fatuous,
  • rather pontifical,
  • former belligerent,
  • premeditated negative,
  • passive and negligent,
  • unconscious, reflective,
  • merely skeptical,
  • previous expectant,
  • tolerant and even generous,
  • belligerent and inquisitorial,
  • grave and robust,
  • meenesterial,
  • classical and correct,
  • generally expectant,
  • economical physiological,
  • carefree, indifferent,
  • new, possessive,
  • hostile or provocative,
  • introspective or philosophical,
  • rigid critical,
  • passive, descriptive,
  • simple disinterested,
  • traditional and universal,
  • reproachfully unbelieving,
  • resolutely philosophic,
  • thoughtful, sorrowful,
  • offensive or unreasonable,
  • tense, unyielding,
  • highly philosophic and rational,
  • higher or communistic,
  • parental,
  • divinely sympathetic and tolerant,
  • entirely natural and unconscious,
  • general devout,
  • curious, non-committal,
  • rigid and clerical,
  • unwarrantably tyrannical,
  • immovable, negative,
  • cold and aristocratic,
  • irresponsible mental,
  • tactical and evasive,
  • aggressive, unblinking,
  • moral or unmoral,
  • obtuse and unreasonable,
  • charmingly provocative,
  • hitherto rigid,
  • highly vigilant,
  • same non-critical,
  • painful and decrepit,
  • grown-up and superior,
  • domestic and obsequious,
  • easy-going political,
  • characteristically poetic,
  • complacent idle,
  • stiff and ludicrous,
  • controversial and one-sided,
  • masculine equestrian,
  • shifty and even treacherous,
  • uncompromisingly revolutionary,
  • apparent careless,
  • narrow, unyielding,
  • quasi criminal,
  • mentally listless,
  • forlorn and despondent,
  • equally brave and effective,
  • extremely unpretentious,
  • less unsympathetic,
  • entirely anti-anarchical,
  • awkward but alarming,
  • unconventionally comfortable,
  • hostile and revolutionary,
  • unnecessarily sensitive,
  • hidebound and unnecessarily sensitive,
  • constantly explanatory,
  • liberal comprehensive,
  • unreasonable and simple,
  • tranquil and passive,
  • comparatively tranquil and passive,
  • unexpectedly reckless,
  • graceful, endearing,
  • purely negative and critical,
  • rigidly official,
  • rigorously impassive,
  • slightly humble and timid,
  • slightly humble,
  • tolerantly neutral,
  • highly proper and necessary,
  • probable governmental,
  • upright motionless,
  • characteristically youthful,
  • queer, lazy,
  • easily negligent,
  • new and yet subtle,
  • tragic declamatory,
  • conservative and expectant,
  • strictly expectant,
  • poverty-stricken, mental,
  • passive and cramped,
  • indifferent and even discourteous,
  • distantly indulgent,
  • noble or striking,
  • jealously assertive,
  • cynical, inimical,
  • cramped and irrational,
  • boldly critical,
  • certain volitional,
  • negative, indifferent,
  • courageous, joyous,
  • indifferent or aggressive,
  • customary oratorical,
  • former lax,
  • human and constructive,
  • ideally gentle and benevolent,
  • ideally gentle,
  • consistently militant,
  • grave and even moral,
  • indifferent or scornful,
  • unfavorable or critical,
  • unreal, proprietary,
  • staggering, menacing,
  • unsound inner,
  • favorable, psychological,
  • irreverent and almost immoral,
  • fatal frivolous,
  • incorrect mental,
  • indolent, picturesque,
  • undoubtedly aggressive,
  • somewhat humble and apologetic,
  • wide and unbiased,
  • expectant mental,
  • strangely immovable,
  • customary expectant,
  • contemplative and introspective,
  • amusingly irrational,
  • silent, downcast,
  • undesirable negative,
  • fundamental mystic,
  • slight partisan,
  • previous artificial,
  • watchful, intrepid,
  • usual receptive,
  • heroically tragic,
  • distinctly scant and formal,
  • distinctly scant,
  • traditional emotional,
  • new, skeptical,
  • intensely material and practical,
  • curiously candid and confidential,
  • repressive and dogmatic,
  • easy cross-legged,
  • old, listless,
  • defensive and almost hostile,
  • graceful and oddly characteristic,
  • proud and boyish,
  • knightly mental,
  • masculine defiant,
  • resolutely courageous,
  • practical and down-to-earth,
  • frankly intellectual,
  • critical, discontented,
  • profoundly expressive,
  • superior, patriotic,
  • rather schematic,
  • essential or rather schematic,
  • sentimental and humorous,
  • selective, active,
  • disinterested, fair,
  • national, academic,
  • conventional and unnatural,
  • slightly forensic,
  • unjust and hostile,
  • indifferent or contemptuous,
  • uncompromising but safe,
  • serious, funereal,
  • easy and passive,
  • emotional or active,
  • fine, uncommercial,
  • intense receptive,
  • present unfilial,
  • quite definite and personal,
  • essentially unpractical,
  • serpentine, characteristic,
  • lofty paternal,
  • effeminate but decidedly comfortable,
  • intransigent and selfish,
  • expectant and somewhat moody,
  • considerate mental,
  • restless and sullen,
  • persistently inimical,
  • habitually reverent,
  • long repressive,
  • bad, heroic,
  • somewhat monstrous and unnatural,
  • judiciously receptive,
  • somewhat hostile and critical,
  • partial and morbid,
  • trifling, careless,
  • proper dominant,
  • uncomplaining, good-will,
  • strictly noncommittal,
  • uncompromising, aggressive,
  • present unheroic,
  • ludicrously paradoxical,
  • non-committal, impersonal,
  • passive and somewhat disdainful,
  • frantic and pitiable,
  • defiantly critical,
  • absurdly belligerent,
  • ambiguous, doubtful,
  • completely unaffected,
  • humorously good-natured,
  • independent and critical,
  • strongly anti-french,
  • alert canine,
  • perverse and grudging,
  • hot, antagonistic,
  • present-day defiant,
  • complacent victorian,
  • nonchalant, graceful,
  • apparent favorable,
  • consistently considerate,
  • cheerful, helpful and sympathetic,
  • restful, luxurious,
  • gracefully negligent,
  • present negligent,
  • contemptuous boyish,
  • indelicately appreciative,
  • serene and impassioned,
  • sincere and definite,
  • abstracted and nerveless,
  • critical and common-sense,
  • perfectly frank and confident,
  • easy, advisory,
  • brave and incredibly high-minded,
  • tense, attentive,
  • invariably defiant,
  • french, hostile,
  • partially recumbent,
  • needlessly defiant,
  • stiff, snappy,
  • seriously expectant,
  • partially rebellious,
  • conceivable and revolting,
  • probable fundamental,
  • similarly hostile,
  • open-minded and respectful,
  • long-distance, far-sighted,
  • ignorant and undemocratic,
  • slack, childlike,
  • haughty, indignant,
  • cautiously critical,
  • calm and cautiously critical,
  • suddenly antagonistic,
  • present offensive,
  • insistent, defiant,
  • complaisant and human,
  • momentarily despairing,
  • single and motionless,
  • strictly impartial and impersonal,
  • coldly observant and critical,
  • extremely truculent,
  • bold and contemptuous,
  • much-criticized negligent,
  • consistent inimical,
  • generally negligent,
  • listless or indolent,
  • singular, exotic,
  • receptive and enlightened,
  • silent and unconversational,
  • so-called nihilistic,
  • constantly provocative,
  • cautious and diplomatic,
  • subordinate or submissive,
  • least, independent,
  • energetic and statesmanlike,
  • usual taut,
  • extremely servile,
  • free and unattached,
  • wilfully impertinent,
  • similar uncompromising,
  • non-conversational,
  • private subjective,
  • quiet defensive,
  • peculiar but not offensive,
  • unaffected modest,
  • astounding and unworthy,
  • singularly foolhardy,
  • extraordinary uncritical,
  • constant favorable,
  • distinctly anti-european,
  • scornful and unmoved,
  • intelligible and essentially neutral,
  • reverential but death-like,
  • luxurious and deliberate,
  • philosophical and healthful,
  • interesting and inquisitive,
  • strenuous, serious,
  • motionless, receptive,
  • intolerant and fastidious,
  • peculiarly creditable,
  • strict liberal,
  • old pliant,
  • stern and non-committal,
  • desirable and effective,
  • long recumbent,
  • stiffly artificial,
  • indifferent or comparatively passive,
  • original inimical,
  • easy and almost careless,
  • definitely inimical,
  • scornfully classical,
  • ironical, epicurean,
  • less unemotional,
  • forlornly listless,
  • impartial and apparently callous,
  • suspicious, hostile and contemptuous,
  • defiant and belligerent,
  • suddenly belligerent,
  • bitter implacable,
  • vigorously critical,
  • complacent and expectant,
  • oddly receptive,
  • conventionally civilized,
  • purely intellectual and philosophical,
  • ingeniously comfortable,
  • confidential, conversational,
  • mental or conversational,
  • attentive and responsive,
  • strikingly spirited,
  • humble and pliant,
  • pedantically serious,
  • strangely inactive,
  • intellectual and tolerant,
  • singularly intellectual and tolerant,
  • sanctimonious and reverential,
  • ultimate classical,
  • aggressive, business-like,
  • respectful and childlike,
  • frankly contradictory,
  • humorously brutal,
  • definitely anti-theological,
  • excessively overbearing,
  • tentatively graceful,
  • undeveloped and childlike,
  • easy, martial,
  • reasonable, conciliatory,
  • wholly concordant,
  • native and unspoiled,
  • suddenly reflective,
  • perfectly respectful and sympathetic,
  • dogmatic and fearless,
  • involuntarily haughty,
  • truculent and unyielding,
  • daring and menacing,
  • poetic and strangely wistful,
  • protective, instinctive,
  • mere confident,
  • formidably menacing,
  • narrow and apathetic,
  • unnaturally non-committal,
  • defensive and disapproving,
  • less intolerant,
  • easy artistic,
  • professional and heroic,
  • unwholesome and degraded,
  • generally saner,
  • somewhat fanciful and romantic,
  • lightly disdainful,
  • comfortable but somewhat reptilian,
  • stupid, familiar,
  • rigid and expressionless,
  • sudden and damaging,
  • tragic and yet comic,
  • equivocal and expectant,
  • instinctive, habitual,
  • supremely helpful,
  • doggedly valiant,
  • general antebellum,
  • probably obstructive,
  • sickeningly cynical,
  • vital, emotional,
  • childlike, monkish,
  • more overbearing,
  • reckless, conscious,
  • paternalistic or direct,
  • customary neutral,
  • british, favorable,
  • eternally critical,
  • carelessly oblivious,
  • self-sufficient mental,
  • true defiant,
  • motionless and timorous,
  • conscious and individualistic,
  • abstract impersonal,
  • serious and social,
  • sensible and perfectly amicable,
  • present resolute,
  • finely neutral,
  • neutral, defensive,
  • generous and realistic,
  • fervent and respectful,
  • conventionally indefensible,
  • insolently nonchalant,
  • pert and characteristic,
  • definitely impersonal,
  • essentially paternalistic,
  • injurious and contemptuous,
  • expectantly gleeful,
  • present crumpled,
  • apparent quarrelsome,
  • easy oratorical,
  • patronisingly masculine,
  • rigid and disapproving,
  • severely rigid and disapproving,
  • severely rigid,
  • convenient but disreputable,
  • benevolent or enlightened,
  • typical reflective,
  • practical, non-intellectual,
  • serene and unbiased,
  • astonishingly unselfish,
  • vindictive and menacing,
  • bland olympian,
  • steady liberal,
  • peaceful and correct,
  • suspiciously judicial,
  • certainly logical and loyal,
  • certainly logical,
  • mild popular,
  • truly gladiatorial,
  • mental or rather sentimental,
  • disinterested or rather uninterested,
  • tolerant and reverential,
  • self-respecting, victorious,
  • victorian religious,
  • easy unsentimental,
  • gentle familiar,
  • quite clear and distinctive,
  • habitually cramped,
  • last abnormal,
  • irritable or self-willed,
  • consciously hostile,
  • practice general,
  • haphazard and cavalier,
  • absurdly improvident,
  • disgracefully casual,
  • entirely warlike and menacing,
  • seemingly evasive,
  • vicious, negative,
  • generally lackadaisical,
  • robustly realistic,
  • haughty indifferent,
  • secretly crestfallen,
  • almost sexy,
  • wholesome or positive,
  • self-defeating psychological,
  • unruffled, superior,
  • temperate and unbiased,
  • impassive, callous,
  • passive, non-committal,
  • slightly philosophical,
  • sanctimonious and condescending,
  • typically suspicious,
  • possible and captivating,
  • nonchalant and carefree,
  • casually proprietorial,
  • sceptical or rebellious,
  • coherent, good,
  • victorious mental,
  • officious, condescending,
  • resolutely placid,
  • extremely blase,
  • concave and pessimistic,
  • no-nonsense, hard-nosed,
  • equally calm and reasonable,
  • drunk and incapable,
  • strictly immoral,
  • discreetly respectful,
  • much elitist,
  • gleefully subversive,
  • kindly mental,
  • habitual positive,
  • lazy but characteristic,
  • present relentless,
  • deputy-maternal,
  • non committal,
  • essential mystic,
  • consciously meritorious,
  • normo-normal,
  • distinctly defiant,
  • reasonable and wholly logical,
  • nationally indefensible,
  • out-of-date and nationally indefensible,
  • increasingly tolerant,
  • formally hostile,
  • dispassionate and magnanimous,
  • stolid, self-contained,
  • beautifully protective,
  • apparently corrective,
  • different and apparently corrective,
  • profound suspicious,
  • insolently easy,
  • exemplary spiritual,
  • familiar respectful,
  • indifferent or independent,
  • permanently resistant,
  • indifferent and nonchalant,
  • menacing and even hostile,
  • confident and somewhat selfish,
  • intelligent and favorable,
  • actively interested and helpful,
  • tragic french,
  • sympathetic but serious,
  • eminently simple and common-sense,
  • ever antagonistic,
  • perceptible human,
  • fundamental or ultimate,
  • old-fashioned royal,
  • majestic and pontifical,
  • simple and unexplained,
  • contemptuous and merely destructive,
  • nonchalant and care-free,
  • reactionary and mystical,
  • ironically weary,
  • general attentive,
  • quiet, receptive,
  • table final,
  • narrow-minded and superficial,
  • strangely narrow-minded and superficial,
  • strangely narrow-minded,
  • brave and reasonable,
  • prone and slavish,
  • dependent mental,
  • external and utilitarian,
  • benevolent and humorous,
  • indefinably benevolent and humorous,
  • indefinably benevolent,
  • unnecessarily belligerent,
  • patriotic cultural,
  • comic despairing,
  • characteristic and symbolic,
  • ordinary and instinctive,
  • former antagonistic,
  • stiff, gallant,
  • colonial and apologetic,
  • nearly negative,
  • humble but resolute,
  • remarkable and unprofitable,
  • tongues mental,
  • foreign tongues mental,
  • defiant, grudging,
  • unsympathetic and even hostile,
  • lofty critical,
  • curious, spread-out,
  • frankly socialistic,
  • imperturbably passive,
  • self-confident and self-willed,
  • stiff and indifferent,
  • noblest or most graceful,
  • unemotional, respectful,
  • morally athletic,
  • positive and human,
  • apparently careless and indifferent,
  • relatively admirable,
  • far unsympathetic,
  • feigned impartial,
  • later uncompromising,
  • stiff and almost hostile,
  • customary abject,
  • thoroughly journalistic,
  • final and normal,
  • extraordinarily supercilious,
  • habitually lax,
  • aurorans-disgustingly casual,
  • seemingly lackadaisical,
  • bizarre and uncooperative,
  • same elephantine,
  • deceitfully modest,
  • frankly liberal,
  • consciously unfair,
  • malicious and consciously unfair,
  • nice optimistic,
  • scholastic and academic,
  • basically cooperative,
  • hostile mental,
  • informal and familiar,
  • casually informal and familiar,
  • casually informal,
  • macho-maniacal,
  • almost inquiring,
  • chipper, upbeat,
  • remarkably insolent,
  • gently defensive,
  • self-conscious, listless,
  • abject and humiliating,
  • mutually aggressive,
  • negligently graceful,
  • aptitudes moral,
  • other aptitudes moral,
  • persistently genial and sympathetic,
  • persistently genial,
  • easy martial,
  • despondent, unsure,
  • expectant and attentive,
  • thoughtful and despondent,
  • passive expectant,
  • asylum social,
  • graceful nervous,
  • tense critical,
  • careless and comfortable,
  • high, authoritative,
  • warlike and rebellious,
  • mildly flippant,
  • excessively gung-ho,
  • uninformed and snotty,
  • lovelorn ludicrous,
  • melancholy intellectual,
  • exceedingly deplorable,
  • rigid and deferential,
  • whimsical mental,
  • unexpectedly quiescent,
  • pagan and byronic,
  • prevalent spiritual,
  • hereditary devotional,
  • easy impertinent,
  • lazily indifferent,
  • reticent and non-committal,
  • habitual beatific,
  • extremely intolerant,
  • stiffly vertical,
  • lofty, disdainful,
  • proper reverent,
  • terrifyingly casual,
  • unreasonable and insolent,
  • earlier mutinous,
  • less negligent,
  • present defiant,
  • education political,
  • absolutely uncompromising,
  • solemnly attentive,
  • less compliant,
  • strictly respectful,
  • wholehearted, nonjudgmental,
  • utterly illogical and unhealthy,
  • foolish and feckless,
  • much blue-sky,
  • unmoved and grave,
  • markedly non-committal,
  • ridiculous byronic,
  • outstanding cooperative,
  • dreadfully dictatorial,
  • wide-eyed fun-loving,
  • less-than-collegial,
  • commendably philosophic,
  • customarily mellow,
  • totally egregious,
  • nondefeatist,
  • commendable scientific,
  • enough regal,
  • naive and precise,
  • contemptuously respectful,
  • apparently deprecatory,
  • almost insubordinate,
  • peculiarly deferential,
  • unyielding and inscrutable,
  • definable religious,
  • tongue-tied, uncommunicative,
  • sober, open-air,
  • pathetic or pleasing,
  • easy, stand-off,
  • thoroughly businesslike and professional,
  • majestic and steady,
  • theatrical operatic,
  • adverse masculine,
  • placid and demure,
  • surprisingly positive,
  • confident, no-nonsense,
  • extremely nonchalant,
  • reckless, carefree,
  • proper bad,
  • old-fashioned masculine,
  • awkward and stiff,
  • quietly impersonal,
  • shameful, reverent,
  • traditional ruthless,
  • almost temperamental,
  • moral and almost temperamental,
  • arrogant logical,
  • stoical and cold,
  • properly professional,
  • loose, chivalrous,
  • drowsy, frenzied,
  • joyous sensual,
  • ambivalent or even negative,
  • contemptuous and indulgent,
  • cold and even antagonistic,
  • decent and quite appropriate,
  • peculiarly self-conscious,
  • almost ambivalent,
  • absolutely suicidal,
  • classic and heroic,
  • almost vegetative,
  • same cavalier,
  • eminently graceful,
  • perfectly animal,
  • openly insolent,
  • businesslike professional,
  • paternalistically restrictive,
  • profoundly manipulative,
  • nevertheless cautious,
  • consistent and amicable,
  • defensive and watchful,
  • purely defensive and watchful,
  • stiff, hierarchical,
  • rigid, sacerdotal,
  • proper harpy,
  • properly casual,
  • bad negative,
  • scrupulously scientific,
  • usually pessimistic,
  • highly proprietary,
  • proper modest,
  • wary, competent,
  • almost cavalier,
  • already cocky,
  • primordial mental,
  • slightly antisocial,
  • table-final,
  • absurd or monstrous,
  • frank and deferential,
  • perfectly male,
  • reflective napoleonic,
  • whole mutual,
  • frankly erotic,
  • hands-off maternal,
  • receptive mental,
  • severely proper,
  • usual obstructive,
  • former listless,
  • airy, bulletproof,
  • impressive legislative,
  • vigorous and menacing,
  • usual robotic,
  • curiously aggressive,
  • keen and positive,
  • big businesslike,
  • possible warlike,
  • rather myopic,
  • ambivalent emotional,
  • confident mental,
  • orthodox mental,
  • calm and persistent,
  • faintly superior,
  • beautiful mental,
  • arrogant, belligerent,
  • terminally bad,
  • wearisome critical,
  • lively puckish,
  • proper pessimistic,
  • recumbent and inactive,
  • somewhat mercenary,
  • previous enlightened,
  • dispassionately possessive,
  • totally unprofessional,
  • wrong mental,
  • wait-and-see.
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