CHANTECLER Come, what have they done to you, that whistler and that posturer?
John Benham had once said that the man was a mere posturer -- but John Benham was wrong.
The priest, then, that I would recognize is not the celebrator of lonely and forlorn mysteries, the proprietor of divine blessings, the posturer in solemn ceremonies, but the man or woman of candid gaze, of fearless heart, of deep compassion, of infinite concern.
Words starting with posturer
Someone who behaves in a manner calculated to impress or mislead others