position, posture, attitude(noun)
the arrangement of the body and its limbs
"he assumed an attitude of surrender"
locating, stead, military posture, view, location, carriage, post, side, status, place, emplacement, military capability, military strength, placement, attitude, strength, mental attitude, stance, spot, perspective, position, office, spatial relation, lieu, positioning, military position, bearing, situation, berth, billet
carriage, bearing, posture(noun)
characteristic way of bearing one's body
"stood with good posture"
aim, military posture, charge, military strength, pusher, heraldic bearing, presence, comportment, strength, military capability, baby buggy, passenger car, stroller, carriage, coach, attitude, perambulator, go-cart, mien, position, rig, stance, heading, pushchair, pram, equipage, bearing, armorial bearing, baby carriage
position, stance, posture(noun)
a rationalized mental attitude
locating, stead, military posture, view, location, carriage, post, side, status, place, emplacement, military capability, military strength, placement, attitude, strength, stance, spot, perspective, position, office, spatial relation, lieu, positioning, military position, bearing, situation, berth, billet
military capability, military strength, strength, military posture, posture(verb)
capability in terms of personnel and materiel that affect the capacity to fight a war
"we faced an army of great strength"; "politicians have neglected our military posture"
long suit, military posture, bearing, military strength, carriage, force, enduringness, intensity level, strength, military capability, effectiveness, strong point, specialty, persuasiveness, attitude, durability, potency, stance, position, metier, intensity, strong suit, forcefulness, speciality, forte, lastingness
behave affectedly or unnaturally in order to impress others
"Don't pay any attention to him--he is always posing to impress his peers!"; "She postured and made a total fool of herself"
put, stick, dumbfound, beat, set, pose, stupefy, place, gravel, lay, mystify, perplex, bewilder, nonplus, puzzle, sit, get, present, amaze, model, position, personate, baffle, vex, flummox, impersonate
model, pose, sit, posture(verb)
assume a posture as for artistic purposes
"We don't know the woman who posed for Leonardo so often"
sit down, stupefy, baffle, stick, seat, mock up, get, sit, simulate, put, mystify, flummox, beat, present, place, personate, impersonate, position, dumbfound, perplex, mould, sit around, lay, ride, amaze, mold, baby-sit, gravel, pattern, nonplus, bewilder, vex, set, model, puzzle, pose
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Position as applied to the arrangement or situation of the human body or limbs may denote that which is conscious or unconscious, of the living or the dead; but we do not speak of the attitude, pose, or posture of a corpse; unless, in some rare case, we might say the body was found in a sitting posture, where the posture is thought of as assumed in life, or as, at first glance, suggesting life. A posture is assumed without any special reference to expression of feeling; as, an erect posture, a reclining posture; attitude is the position appropriate to the expression of some feeling; the attitude may be unconsciously taken through the strength of the feeling; as, an attitude of defiance; or it may be consciously assumed in the attempt to express the feeling; as, he assumed an attitude of humility. A pose is a position studied for artistic effect, or considered with reference to such effect; the unconscious posture of a spectator or listener may be an admirable pose from an artist's standpoint.
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Ambition often puts men upon doing the meanest offices; so climbing is performed in the same posture with creeping.
The political posture around the ongoing (West Bank) occupation is a really huge question that differentiates us from the Americans in Afghanistan and so on, the IDF (Israel Defence Forces) functions on the basis of young people who are inducted, bring their own views from the street, and there is always the danger that they will act on their own accord and shoot when there's no need.
OPM says it has undertaken an aggressive effort to update its cybersecurity posture, plainly, it must do a better job, especially given the sensitive nature of the information it holds.
Having read through the threat material myself, it's actually not crystal clear whether it's a cyber response that they are threatening or whether it's a physical attack, that's why we're continuing to evaluate the language of it, and also the source of it. I think our primary posture is going to be is going to have a police presence and a response capability that will reassure people who may have heard about this and have concerns.
This case is not at a posture where it can fairly and fully go to trial in May of this year.
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