postured

All Verb Adjective
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  • For she postured as she moved; whatever her hurry, she presented a picture, absolutely composed. ...
  • Though but of seven years, she danced, and sang, and postured as would a girl double her age.
  • She postured before him in an attitude of love, and commenced an improvisation in song about him. ...
  • Cavalry Army units are frequently postured as quick reaction forces, with a main mission of security and reconnaissance. ...
  • His music offered an alternative to the postured masculinity that was pervasive in music and culture.
  • All those eyes beheld, all those ears heard, was the puppets as they postured and declaimed. ...
  • The deity of the temple is postured to hold a trident, and a child in her hands. ...
  • Li Jiji postured to challenge him, but soon discovered that his own soldiers were abandoning him in droves. ...
  • Belcher quickly postured up and began landing punches and elbows to open Jason's guard. ...
  • Although he wasn't a great actor, Monty was thin, straight-postured and gaunt, which translated well to military characters. ...
  • The male took post just outside the sally-port, where he postured and screamed and threatened until we wondered why he did not burst with superheated emotion. ...
  • This realignment postured the brigade to successfully engage the enemy upon the return of fighters from Pakistan in the spring. ...
  • It was really quite monstrous, says the doctor, but a native grand master explained, that they had postured for years in this manner, and one of them for a quarter of a century. ...
  • His wife had expired at noon, he said; and he postured decorously the grief he could not feel, knowing that a lady would expect it of him. ...
  • There was a suggestion of fire and strength and agility about her that made one think of a panther as she postured there against a background of barbaric color. ...
  • To provide personnel and equipment postured to meet special operations tasking spanning the operational continuum in the defence of Australia and in support of national interests. ...
  • To this music a very pretty young daughter of a priest, gorgeously arrayed in sacred robes, postured with a fan, keeping time to the music. ...
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Root form of postured is posture for the verb.