In his bolo tie and cowboy hat, Coleman was not afraid to offer this un-PC lyric: “Hey Indian dude … don’t cope a ‘tude.”
Nolhac, Pierre de, rasme en Italie; tude sur un pisode de la Renaissance avec douze lettres indites d'rasme.
Nor, in order to accomplish this, is it necessary to make such a bravura piece of the tude as so many pianists ignorantly do.
Gricault, tude biographique et critique, avec le catalogue raisonn.
A complete bibliography is given by Maurice Dutrait, in his tude sur la vie et le thtre de Crbillon .
tude extends both north and south, a man of dimension as well as choler.
Georges Duplessis: Gavarni, tude, orne de 14 dessins indits.
I cannot undo the tude door,' I called to them; 'come and break it open!'
It rarely happened that she received his good-night kiss until she had played a nocturne or an tude for which he asked.
In the tude called “Waldesrauschen” will be found some ingenious double counterpoint.
syllable formed when the word-forming element -ude, forming abstract nouns from adjectives and participles, is fixed to a base or to another suffix ending in -t or -te; from French -ude, from Latin -udo (genitive -udinis). As a word in its own right, teenager slang shortening of attitude, it dates from 1970s.
Attitude; view of things; typical reaction •Usually negative, sour, or surly
[1970s+ Teenagers fr black; fr attitude]