Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See poust.

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Examples

  • It’s going to be amazing to see everyone from stage and hear how everyone else’s poste is going.

    prison break « Cameroon

  • Marines, who drink far too much, and have the manners of princes, come in on ambulances in the evening, or at the "poste" a hole is dug for them in the ground, and they are laid down gently in their dirty coats.

    My War Experiences in Two Continents

  • I was told that a member of the Government, his name no one seemed to know, had addressed the "poste" yesterday, and urged the men to resist until one or other of the armies which were forming in the provinces could arrive and crush the enemy.

    Diary of the Besieged Resident in Paris

  • Mojón o poste de piedra, por lo común labrada, que sirve para indicar la dirección o la distancia en los caminos o para delimitar terrenos.

    Hito

  • Mojón o poste de piedra, por lo común labrada, que sirve para indicar la dirección o la distancia en los caminos o para delimitar terrenos.

    Hito

  • Alternatively, was it bequeathed to the nation by Great Leader himself — who, as is not generally appreciated here in America, despite being dead, remains en poste as President of North Korea until the end of time?

    The Mural

  • There is literally no limit to the number and nature of potentially career-destroying scrapes into which undergraduate law, medical and other students inevitably get themselves, and the beauty of having a wise old Arthur en poste, who enjoyed the complete trust and confidence of the warden, was that ninety-nine times out of a hundred Arthur could somehow get them out of it.

    The Earth Goddess

  • Mojón o poste de piedra, por lo común labrada, que sirve para indicar la dirección o la distancia en los caminos o para delimitar terrenos.

    Hito

  • However, McAlister and Pearson raised the same issue with Mr. Loughnan a second time, this time when all three were en poste in East Gippsland, and with some menace.

    Ugly Horsewhipping Episode in East Gippsland

  • Alternatively, was it bequeathed to the nation by Great Leader himself — who, as is not generally appreciated here in America, despite being dead, remains en poste as President of North Korea until the end of time?

    Archive 2009-08-01

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