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Definitions of pose:

part of speech: verb

To put or bring to a stand by a question or by questions; to puzzle; to perplex by asking questions difficult to answer.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To assume an attitude; to put on a certain manner for effect.

part of speech: verb transitive

To place in an attitude; to puzzle or perplex.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To assume an attitude.

part of speech: noun

In paint, and sculp., the attitude which the character represented is considered to have taken naturally; a position formally assumed for the sake of effect.

part of speech: noun

An old medical term for a stuffing in the head from cold; a catarrh. Note.- Hooper suggests that this may be thereal origin of pose, to puzzle, meaning in the firstinstance " to stupefy.".

part of speech: noun

Attitude or position; often, a manner put on for the sake of effect.

part of speech: noun

A position: an attitude.

part of speech: adjective

In her., standing still with all his feet on the ground, as the attitude of a lion or other beast.

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