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Synonyms for posture

Synonyms for posture

the way in which one is placed or arranged

the way in which a person holds or carries his or her body

a frame of mind affecting one's thoughts or behavior

to assume an exaggerated or unnatural attitude or pose

to represent oneself in a given character or as other than what one is

to assume a particular position, as for a portrait

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I should have observed, that for an hour or more before they went off they were dancing, and I could easily discern their postures and gestures by my glass.
However, we had not much more discourse at that time, but he told me he was in too much hurry of business then, but that if I would come home to his house after their business was over, he would by that time consider what might be done for me, to put my affairs in a posture of security.
He stood in the same place and posture until the last man in the concourse had turned the corner of the street; then very deliberately took the blue cockade out of his hat; put it carefully in his pocket, ready for the next emergency; refreshed himself with a pinch of snuff; put up his box; and was walking slowly off, when a passing carriage stopped, and a lady's hand let down the glass.
We therefore got all our things on board the same evening, and the next morning were ready to sail: in the meantime, lying at anchor at some distance from the shore, we were not so much concerned, being now in a fighting posture, as well as in a sailing posture, if any enemy had presented.
This posture of affairs Mr Brass observed through the glass-door as he was turning the handle, and seeing that the notary recognised him, he began to shake his head and sigh deeply while that partition yet divided them.
Tech Hunch is a posture that happens when an individual's head is angled downward toward a mobile device or computer screen," explains Teresa A.
Synopsis: "Good Posture Made Easy" by professional chiropractor Carrie Mayes will help any one to help themselves.
Kenneth Hansraj, chief of spine surgery at New York Spine Surgery and Rehabilitation Medicine, defines poor posture as head in an inclined forward position and the shoulders drooping ahead in a rounded position.
Relaxa & Posture Group are offering a range of back care health packages from as little as [pounds sterling]259 and/or online posture training from [pounds sterling]1 per user.
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Simplified Tai Chi Chuan covers 24 postures with applications and pairs these with 48 standard postures, is designed for self-study, and will help martial arts readers learn both the Simplified Tai Chi Chuan 24-posture form and the 48-posture form.
Swayback posture is a simple postural fault to identify using gross landmarks of the lateral malleolus, greater trochanter of the femur, and the greater tubercle of the humerus.
Poor posture can be recognised by slouching or leaning to one side while standing or sitting for prolonged periods of time.
16 ( ANI ): A combination of four studies has discovered that the formerly believed relation between expansive body postures and power actually depends on the person's posture and his or her cultural beliefs.
56 percent of respondents described their company as having a strong security posture as per the Wisegate 2013 IT Security Benchmark Report.