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The English censor did not, or would not, see the lesson it taught; he saw only the posturings and the language, and was alarmed.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
Love and joy and pleasure, pain and hate and death—how could they be simulated by pirouettings, posings and posturings?
THE RUSSIAN BALLETELLEN TERRY
Their artificial interpretations, their divisions and sub-divisions, their attitudes and posturings were parodied and caricatured.
THE CRADLE OF THE CHRISTOCTAVIUS BROOKS FROTHINGHAM
I don't care to see any of your blamed posturings, don't flatter yourself.
THE HISTORY OF SIR RICHARD CALMADYLUCAS MALET
However that may be, our bird does indulge in actions and posturings which look very much like courtship.
LIFE HISTORIES OF NORTH AMERICAN SHORE BIRDS, PART 1 (OF 2)ARTHUR CLEVELAND BENT
There is no book on woman by a man that is not a stupendous compendium of posturings and imbecilities.
IN DEFENSE OF WOMENH. L. MENCKEN
And that something of the divine about her dancing smote Fiorsen through all the sheer imbecility of her posturings.
The odd and peculiar actions of birds, their dances, struts, and posturings are all expressions of their emotions.
He mistakes their cringings, posturings and compliments for the approval of mankind.
CAESAR'S COLUMNIGNATIUS DONNELLY