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Poseidon

pəˈsaɪ.dən

Meanings of Poseidon:

proper noun

The god of the sea, water, earthquakes, and horses, son of cronus and rhea and brother of zeus. he is often depicted with a trident in his hand.

noun

In greek mythology (= ancient stories), the god of water and the sea

Usage examples:

The ancients built a beautiful temple to poseidon.

Meanings of Poser:

noun

A person who poses; a poseur.

Usage examples:

‘canned hunts’ are for phonies and posers and dandy boys.

Meanings of Posers:

noun

A person who poses; a poseur.

Usage examples:

‘canned hunts’ are for phonies and posers and dandy boys.

Poses

pəʊz

Meanings of Poses:

verb

Present or constitute (a problem or danger).

Usage examples:

The sheer number of visitors is posing a threat to the area
noun

A way of standing or sitting, especially in order to be photographed, painted, or drawn.

Usage examples:

Photographs of boxers in ferocious poses

Poseur

ˈpəʊ.zər

Meanings of Poseur:

noun

A person who behaves affectedly in order to impress others.

Usage examples:

The truth of the matter is that real sport takes place in winter; summer sports are for poseurs who…

Poseurs

ˈpəʊ.zər

Meanings of Poseurs:

noun

A person who behaves affectedly in order to impress others.

Usage examples:

The truth of the matter is that real sport takes place in winter; summer sports are for poseurs who…

Poseuse

pəʊˈzəːz

Meanings of Poseuse:

noun

A female poser.

Meanings of Posey:

adjective

(of a person or their behaviour) affected and attempting to impress others; pretentious.

Usage examples:

That's what you get when you try to dress up all posey, i suppose.

Posh

pɒʃ

Meanings of Posh:

adjective

Elegant or stylishly luxurious.

Usage examples:

A posh hotel
adverb

In a refined or upper-class way.

Usage examples:

He may talk posh, but there is nothing fancy about basil
noun

The quality of being elegant, stylish, or upper class.

Usage examples:

We finally bought a colour tv, which seemed the height of posh
verb

Smarten someone or something up.

Usage examples:

We will be getting all poshed up for the company summer ball

Posher

pɒʃ

Meanings of Posher:

adjective

Elegant or stylishly luxurious.

Usage examples:

A posh hotel
adverb

In a refined or upper-class way.

Usage examples:

He may talk posh, but there is nothing fancy about basil
noun

The quality of being elegant, stylish, or upper class.

Usage examples:

We finally bought a colour tv, which seemed the height of posh
verb

Smarten someone or something up.

Usage examples:

We will be getting all poshed up for the company summer ball

Poshest

pɒʃ

Meanings of Poshest:

adjective

Elegant or stylishly luxurious.

Usage examples:

A posh hotel
adverb

In a refined or upper-class way.

Usage examples:

He may talk posh, but there is nothing fancy about basil
noun

The quality of being elegant, stylish, or upper class.

Usage examples:

We finally bought a colour tv, which seemed the height of posh
verb

Smarten someone or something up.

Usage examples:

We will be getting all poshed up for the company summer ball

Meanings of Poshly:

adverb

In a way that involves places and things that are expensive and of high quality

Usage examples:

The food was quite simple, but it was presented poshly., louise gave me some poshly packaged artisa…

Poshness

ˈpɒʃ.nəs

Meanings of Poshness:

noun

The quality of being expensive and of high quality

Usage examples:

Although he prided himself on his poshness, he was at heart spectacularly vulgar.

Posho

ˈpɒʃ.əʊ

Meanings of Posho:

noun

An upper-class person.

Usage examples:

And now - hurrah - the gang of mega-brained poshos from mi5 are back for a new series and more craz…

Meanings of Posied:

adjective

Provided or decorated with posies of flowers or nosegays; flowery.

Posies

ˈpəʊ.zi

Meanings of Posies:

noun

A small bunch of flowers.

Usage examples:

Both children received a special cup, as well as a posy of flowers for the princess and a buttonhol…

Meanings of Posing:

verb

Present or constitute (a problem or danger).

Usage examples:

The sheer number of visitors is posing a threat to the area
noun

A way of standing or sitting, especially in order to be photographed, painted, or drawn.

Usage examples:

Photographs of boxers in ferocious poses

Posit

ˈpɒz.ɪt

Meanings of Posit:

verb

Put forward as fact or as a basis for argument.

Usage examples:

The confucian view posits a perfectible human nature
noun

A statement which is made on the assumption that it will prove to be true.

Usage examples:

Aristotle divides posits into two types, definitions and hypotheses.

Posited

ˈpɒzɪt

Meanings of Posited:

verb

Put forward as fact or as a basis for argument.

Usage examples:

The confucian view posits a perfectible human nature
noun

A statement which is made on the assumption that it will prove to be true.

Usage examples:

Aristotle divides posits into two types, definitions and hypotheses.

Positif

ˈpɒzɪtɪf

Meanings of Positif:

noun

(in some organs) a separate division of stops with its own manual, similar to a choir organ.

Meanings of Positing:

verb

Put forward as fact or as a basis for argument.

Usage examples:

The confucian view posits a perfectible human nature
noun

A statement which is made on the assumption that it will prove to be true.

Usage examples:

Aristotle divides posits into two types, definitions and hypotheses.

Position

pəˈzɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Position:

noun

A place where someone or something is located or has been put.

Usage examples:

The distress call had given the ship's position
verb

Put or arrange (someone or something) in a particular place or way.

Usage examples:

He pulled out a chair and positioned it between them

Positional

pəˈzɪʃənəl

Meanings of Positional:

adjective

Relating to or determined by position.

Usage examples:

United will be forced to make several positional changes

Positioned

pəˈzɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Positioned:

verb

Put or arrange (someone or something) in a particular place or way.

Usage examples:

He pulled out a chair and positioned it between them
noun

A place where someone or something is located or has been put.

Usage examples:

The distress call had given the ship's position

Meanings of Positioning:

verb

Put or arrange (someone or something) in a particular place or way.

Usage examples:

He pulled out a chair and positioned it between them
noun

A place where someone or something is located or has been put.

Usage examples:

The distress call had given the ship's position

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