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at·ti·tu·di·nize

 (ăt′ĭ-to͞od′n-īz′, -tyo͞od′-)
intr.v. at·ti·tu·di·nized, at·ti·tu·di·niz·ing, at·ti·tu·di·niz·es
To assume an affected attitude; posture.
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attitudinize

(ˌætɪˈtjuːdɪˌnaɪz) or

attitudinise

vb
(intr) to adopt a pose or opinion for effect; strike an attitude
ˌattiˈtudiˌnizer, ˌattiˈtudiˌniser n
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at•ti•tu•di•nize

(ˌæt ɪˈtud nˌaɪz, -ˈtyud-)

v.i. -nized, -niz•ing.
to assume attitudes; pose for effect.
[1775–85]
at`ti•tu′di•niz`er, n.
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attitudinize


Past participle: attitudinized
Gerund: attitudinizing

Imperative
attitudinize
attitudinize
Present
I attitudinize
you attitudinize
he/she/it attitudinizes
we attitudinize
you attitudinize
they attitudinize
Preterite
I attitudinized
you attitudinized
he/she/it attitudinized
we attitudinized
you attitudinized
they attitudinized
Present Continuous
I am attitudinizing
you are attitudinizing
he/she/it is attitudinizing
we are attitudinizing
you are attitudinizing
they are attitudinizing
Present Perfect
I have attitudinized
you have attitudinized
he/she/it has attitudinized
we have attitudinized
you have attitudinized
they have attitudinized
Past Continuous
I was attitudinizing
you were attitudinizing
he/she/it was attitudinizing
we were attitudinizing
you were attitudinizing
they were attitudinizing
Past Perfect
I had attitudinized
you had attitudinized
he/she/it had attitudinized
we had attitudinized
you had attitudinized
they had attitudinized
Future
I will attitudinize
you will attitudinize
he/she/it will attitudinize
we will attitudinize
you will attitudinize
they will attitudinize
Future Perfect
I will have attitudinized
you will have attitudinized
he/she/it will have attitudinized
we will have attitudinized
you will have attitudinized
they will have attitudinized
Future Continuous
I will be attitudinizing
you will be attitudinizing
he/she/it will be attitudinizing
we will be attitudinizing
you will be attitudinizing
they will be attitudinizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been attitudinizing
you have been attitudinizing
he/she/it has been attitudinizing
we have been attitudinizing
you have been attitudinizing
they have been attitudinizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been attitudinizing
you will have been attitudinizing
he/she/it will have been attitudinizing
we will have been attitudinizing
you will have been attitudinizing
they will have been attitudinizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been attitudinizing
you had been attitudinizing
he/she/it had been attitudinizing
we had been attitudinizing
you had been attitudinizing
they had been attitudinizing
Conditional
I would attitudinize
you would attitudinize
he/she/it would attitudinize
we would attitudinize
you would attitudinize
they would attitudinize
Past Conditional
I would have attitudinized
you would have attitudinized
he/she/it would have attitudinized
we would have attitudinized
you would have attitudinized
they would have attitudinized
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.attitudinize - assume certain affected attitudesattitudinize - assume certain affected attitudes  
posture, pose - behave affectedly or unnaturally in order to impress others; "Don't pay any attention to him--he is always posing to impress his peers!"; "She postured and made a total fool of herself"
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attitudinize

verb
1. To assume an exaggerated or unnatural attitude or pose:
Idiom: strike an attitude.
2. To represent oneself in a given character or as other than what one is:
Idiom: pass oneself off as.
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Translations

attitudinize

[ˌætɪˈtjuːdɪnaɪz] VItomar posturas afectadas or teatrales
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attitudinize

viso tun, als ob, posieren (geh)
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attitudinize

[ˌætɪˈtjuːdɪnaɪz] viposare, assumere un'aria affettata
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References in classic literature ?
(1826), deals, somewhat more sensibly, with the same social class as Bulwer's 'Pelham.' In his novels of this period, as in his dress and manner, he deliberately attitudinized, a fact which in part reflected a certain shallowness of character, in part was a device to attract attention for the sake of his political ambition.
"This lady attitudinized in a most fascinating manner," Babbage later recalled.
This slant, that highly individualized and attitudinized attitude colors the work and infuses the dances.