Definition of attitudinally in English:



See attitudinal

‘For workers across different fields, a career-oriented workforce can be expected to produce more attitudinally distinct groups.’
  • ‘I'm not saying every reader of the paper is identical, but it helps to ensure your sample is attitudinally representative.’
  • ‘This power is often abused by those who are not temperamentally or attitudinally suited to the job.’
  • ‘I consider myself attitudinally spiritual.’
  • ‘In contrast to our findings, research also suggests that, attitudinally, individuals become more religious during this transition.’