noun. originally proposed by Philip I. Converse, an very dismal outlook which has little persistence over time and little rejection toward solicitation. Such outlooks have minimal impact on data processing and actions. In extreme situations, nonattitudes might be accounts of outlooks which show no meaningful analysis of the outlook item.
NONATTITUDC: "The gentleman's nonattitude was not well-received by the others."
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