Definition of 'posturing'
Example sentences containing 'posturing'
There was still a chance they were just posturing on their way to check a few Chinese dishes and combs on the Somali lorry.WHITE LIES (2003)
Separate dancing, all its posturing, had seemed to him an empty sort of display -- late fifties and sixties stuff hung on too long.STONE CITY (2003)
In the photograph my aunt, modish and posturing, didn't look remotely like a woman going down with a common or garden head cold.THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (2003)
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