- n. Plural form of poser.
“The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Wednesday threw what it called posers at the Action Congress governorship candidate in the last election in Osun State, Mr Rauf Aregbesola, over the forging of a police report on the polls.”
“Re: The parentheses will say (no they won't) by Sailboats aren't for rich kids and major label posers?”
“They don't do that because they are just a bunch of grandstanding posers, that is all.”
“Excitement regarding the August-based matchup separates true believers and posers, which is another reason why participating in the Hall of Fame Game is an excellent moment that can't come soon enough.”
“People will be called posers for a long time to come.”
“And the good news is that it looks like we'll have three additional players fit for Saturday's game at Hull City, which should give Hughton one or two selection posers, which is good.”
“(and would likely have been called posers for being there in the first place!) it was all just a big hoot to us.”
“I'm going to bring back the term "posers" because I've been dealing with a lot of them lately.”
“But instead folks like me got accused of being "not really left" "posers" "sell-outs" and a number of things I can't recall because I don't like holding on to really distasteful memories . . .”
“She rather enjoyed studying out Pollyanna's "posers," too, as she called some of the little girl's questions.”
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