- characteristic of or being a poser, especially in being trendy or fashionable in a superficial way.
Sometimes pos·er·ish [poh-zer-ish] /ˈpoʊ zər ɪʃ/.
Origin of posey
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Examples from the Web for posey
While Stockman gave two responses and Posey gave one, neither agreed to be interviewed.Ethics Office Sees Evidence Republican Congressman Broke the Law
June 11, 2014
It was news to Posey and Kirstein, who had to restrain their shock.Inside Hitler’s Fantasy Museum
February 7, 2014
But Posey is back in the mountains to promote her new film, Price Check, boasting one of her juiciest roles in years.
Christopher Guest projects aside, Posey has a few interesting projects in the pipeline.
“I was looking forward to playing a strong woman and a powerful person because it had been a long time since I had,” Posey says.
Posey and Wilcox dislodged the forces about the Brick House.Lee and Longstreet at High Tide
Helen D. Longstreet
The one by Ridgway for Posey County is undoubtedly an error.Trees of Indiana
Charles Clemon Deam
Kitty set about getting breakfast, and Regnan curried Posey.
A pancake was passed to the plates of Regnan and Kitty, and one to the mouth of Posey.
He called a spectator and paid him to take Posey and the wagon home.
- informal (of a place) for, characteristic of, or full of posers; affectedly trendy
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