How to use poser in a sentence
poser argued that the close relationship may have prevented Crocs from seeking out the best deal when selling its products.
To make matters worse, poser noted what he regards as a conflict of interest that may be influencing sales decisions at Crocs.
I would much rather pay to hear what Bruce Jenner has to say than that poser starlet.
Hawker was quite capable of submitting a poser of this kind to his own bishop, Dr. Phillpotts.Footprints of Former Men in Far Cornwall | Robert S. Hawker
"I don't know: it's a poser to me," replied Herman, as he seated himself under the shelter of the top-gallant forecastle.Down the Rhine | Oliver Optic
This was apparently a poser for Jarrow, who took his cigar out of his mouth, and was a full minute in framing a reply.Isle o' Dreams | Frederick F. Moore
They say you're pooty good in larning folks the Bible: but I guess I can give you a poser.'
He had often read and heard of the ways of trackers, and had imagined the art not so difficult; but here was a poser.The Hero of Panama | F. S. Brereton
British Dictionary definitions for poser (1 of 2)
a person who poses
informal a person who likes to be seen in trendsetting clothes in fashionable bars, discos, etc
British Dictionary definitions for poser (2 of 2)
a baffling or insoluble question
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