- n. Plural form of poseur.
“Ridiculing poseurs is hardly new, Alex admitted, but it is once more all the rage.”
“Facing down the poseurs were a loose band of old school soul confederates determined to return R&B to its vintage, analog roots.”
“Or this from the Sydney Morning Herald in 2002: Palestinians arrest al-Qaeda 'poseurs”
“Then this person says he rides a fixed-gear because he loves to ride his bike, and he wishes the "poseurs" would stay away.”
“It may only be the obligation of not claiming to be more of a member of a group than you are (consider punk fury and disdain at "poseurs").”
“They were devotees of learned music; "poseurs," others said, who pretended to admire works they did not understand at all.”
“While true surfers or skateboarders may show some loyalty, part of Volcom's success is selling to those who want to act or feel a part of this lifestyle (called "poseurs", at least in my time).”
“MEDELLIN, Colombia (CNN) -- This city's drug underworld is littered with "poseurs”
“If Zachriel were legion. committee collective pseudonym group of poseurs ultimate expression of internet group think hive legion commune of anti-IDists weird anti-TT cult five people collective tri-unity”
“Not that Perry invented the paradigm, but he fits precisely into the well-crafted paper doll persona devised sometime around the era of Reagan's ascension when wonky button-down conservatives began their slow extinction in favor of a new breed of crazy-eyed ideological poseurs and performers.”
Looking for tweets for poseurs.