My stance at this point is that the audience can decide for themselves.
Her stance on funding for such programs as governor led to attacks during the campaign as well.
The outspoken leader was known for his socialist agenda and anti-American stance.
It's a surprisingly triumphant tone on which to end, considering Kaplan's stance as a "closeted optimist."
At Wednesday's debate, he was given a chance to clarify his stance.
The stance is quite different from that which was adopted when the running-up shot was being played.
Her shoulders drooped a little; there was no grace to her stance.
stance: The position of the player's feet when addressing himself to the ball.
There is nothing of my own discovery or invention in my stance for the drive.
I began to realize then that it was because of his stance, with the ball so very far back towards his right.
1530s, "standing place, station," probably from Middle French stance "resting place, harbor," from Italian stanza "stopping place, station," from Vulgar Latin *stantia "place, abode," from Latin stans (genitive stantis), present participle of stare "to stand," from PIE root *sta- "to stand" (see stet). Sense of "position of the feet" (in golf, etc.) is first recorded 1897; figurative sense of "point of view" is recorded from 1956.