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Opinions and attitudes - thesaurus

Synonyms

self-assessment

noun

when you judge the quality of your own work and how much progress you have made

opinion

noun

the attitude that you have toward something, especially your thoughts about how good it is

attitude

noun

someone’s opinions or feelings about something, especially as shown by their behavior

view

noun

a personal opinion, belief, or attitude about a particular situation or subject

viewpoint

noun

an attitude, or an opinion

reputation

noun

a general opinion that someone or something has a particular quality

impression

noun

an opinion or feeling that you have about someone or something you have seen but do not know very well

feeling

noun

an opinion that you have about something, especially when it is based on general thoughts rather than definite reasons

stand

noun

an attitude or opinion about something, especially one that you state publicly

stance

noun

an attitude or view about an issue that you state clearly

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appraisal

noun

an opinion about how successful, effective, etc. someone or something is

assessment

noun

a judgment or opinion that is the result of this process.

conception

noun

a belief about what something is like

conviction

noun

a strong belief or opinion about something

estimation

noun

formal the opinion that you have about someone or something

evaluation

noun

the process of making a judgment about the value, importance, or quality of something after considering it carefully

evaluation

noun

a judgment that you make about the value, importance, or quality of something after considering it carefully

helicopter view

noun

a general way of considering a problem

idea

noun

an opinion or belief

impression

noun

the opinion that other people have about you because of the way that you look, speak, or behave

impression

noun

used about something that you believe because of what you have seen or experienced, often something that is not true

inference

noun

an opinion that you form about something that is based on information you already have

judgment

noun

an opinion that you have after thinking carefully about something

middle ground

noun

opinions and attitudes that are not extreme and that a lot of people can agree with

point

noun

an idea or opinion among a number of others

point of view

noun

your personal judgment or opinion about something

point of view

noun

a way of judging a situation based on a particular aspect

position

noun

an opinion about an important issue

preconception

noun

an opinion about something that you form before you have a lot of information about it or experience with it

prejudice

noun

an unreasonable opinion or feeling, especially the feeling of not liking a particular group of people

someone’s take on something

someone’s attitude or opinion about a situation

standpoint

noun

a way of considering something

thinking

noun

an opinion, or a set of ideas

thought

noun

an idea or opinion about something

value judgment

noun

a judgment based on your personal beliefs, not on facts

vantage point

noun

the particular ideas or beliefs that influence the way that you think about things

verdict

noun

an official judgment by an organization or person in authority

verdict

noun

an opinion that you have or a decision that you make

voice

noun

the opinion of a person or group

where someone is coming from

informal the ideas, intentions, or feelings that make someone say a particular thing or behave in a particular way

world view

noun

the way that someone sees and understands world events, especially in relation to their religious or political beliefs and ideas

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gaslight

to manipulate someone psychologically so that they begin to question their own perceptions and memories

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Dunning-Kruger effect

the phenomenon by which an incompetent person is too incompetent to understand his own incompetence

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