Antonyms for postured

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To the sound of cymbals, it postured for the weary debauchee.

He waved his sinewy arms, crouched, postured, tossed back his head.

All those eyes beheld, all those ears heard, was the puppets as they postured and declaimed.

For she postured as she moved; whatever her hurry, she presented a picture, absolutely composed.

Mr. Feigenbaum examined the garment closely while Miss Levy postured in front of him.

Though but of seven years, she danced, and sang, and postured as would a girl double her age.

Peters had uniformly, since he had been in the Low Countries, postured as an Independent hot and strong.

He postured there for some moments, for he felt that together they formed a tableau.

They pranced and postured through the streets while the Christians marched along in solemn ranks.

The music was the “Waltz of Salomé,” and with its slow-fading end they postured slower and slower to a perfect close.