To make matters worse, poser noted what he regards as a conflict of interest that may be influencing sales decisions at Crocs.
poser argued that the close relationship may have prevented Crocs from seeking out the best deal when selling its products.
I would much rather pay to hear what Bruce Jenner has to say than that poser starlet.
Dreda put the question with the air of one launching a poser, but Mary Webster showed no signs of discomfiture.
This was a poser; an act of open impiety; a Kentucky argument.
He was as little of a "poser" or of a "rotter" as he was of a prig, and there was not a drop of bad blood in his veins.
Buttner, thinking to punish him for his audacity, put a 'poser' to him, and awaited the result.
He had often read and heard of the ways of trackers, and had imagined the art not so difficult; but here was a poser.
This was something of a poser, but the Captain did his best.
To ladies, who as a general rule have not the organ of calculation very largely developed, this will usually prove a poser.
A person who pretends to have various desirable traits and tastes; poseur: My son also told me that there are also people called ''posers'' who DRESS like ''bassers'' but are, in fact, secretly ''preppies''
[1980s+ Teenagers; the revival of a term found by 1888]