pose

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  • Thus there is a much greater variety of poses here than in previous books. ...
  • The only thing you have to do is pose for a picture with each other. ...
  • I'd pose and smile like he was going to make me famous or something. ...
  • However, nothing was found which suggested that they posed a danger to society. ...
  • This list is only a small portion of those who have posed. ...
  • In games with multiple main characters, the different player characters are usually shown posing the same way. ...
  • The girl would then hold the pose for about ten seconds before the close of the performance. ...
  • He poses as several gang members until he gets all of the money. ...
  • Elements crossing behind or before one another would pose additional problems. ...
  • Yet he appears amongst the main characters as they take a pose at the end of the film. ...
  • Simon saw these works and agreed to pose for me in the same way. ...
  • There is a major lack of research done in this area posing problems for three reasons. ...
  • Despite the danger she poses, he takes her along with him. ...
  • Language poses a serious problem for the older generation and for women working at home. ...
  • She made her professional debut at the age of six months, posing for artist's models. ...
  • Moral questions are determined independent of reference to the particular subject posing them. ...
  • She is surrounded by many people who are posing, standing and on the floor. ...
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Meaning of pose

  • noun A posture assumed by models for photographic or artistic purposes
  • verb Pretend to be someone you are not; sometimes with fraudulent intentions
    She posed as the Czar's daughter
  • verb 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