Noun(1) a person who habitually pretends to be something he is not
(1) With a market that's quick to call a poseur a poseur , authenticity was a real concern, so the licensing program was surrounded by a slew of supplementary initiatives that support the audience.(2) He was a braggart and a poseur , who frequently tripped himself up by telling inconsistent versions of the same story.(3) But after that, she declined into a fog of faux gaiety; of endless tedium alleviated by white-trash boyfriends, spongers, snobs and poseurs .(4) The man who doesn't believe that blogging is a revolution or is financially sustainable is one of many sceptics and countercultural poseurs who like to preach certainty where the only certainty is that there is none.(5) It was a wonderful time of peace and diversity, where punks, poseurs , happy shiny couples and twitchy loners and could coexist long enough to gobble pancakes.(6) I have slowly come round to the view that Australians are right to distrust intellectuals (by which I mean cultural poseurs , not the simply clever).(7) Weingartner seems to be agonised by the fact that today's twenty-year-olds are the ├ö├ç├┐used car generation├ö├ç├û, voyeurs and poseurs who have nothing to express but a lack of confidence and narcissism full of envy.(8) Alice especially despised those sorts of affected fools found in disproportionately large numbers in academe: bloviators, bad photographers, bad writers, poseurs .(9) I don't go into a pub to be seen by a mob of bleedin├ö├ç├û style poseurs , I go there to have a pint with me mates.(10) But unlike the playa poseurs and iced-out bling-bling rappers still living in their parents' basements, this group had no delusions of grandeur when they wrote songs about living the high life.(11) Despite the supposed multiculturalism of our society, white people who identify with minorities outside their societal group are called poseurs and wannabes.(12) I'm not one of these indie poseurs who only feels self-validation when they are listening to a band playing a series of bad, distorted chords that they and only two other poseurs in the world have even heard of.(13) There was a strange mix of fresh-faced punkers, aging hipsters, fashionista poseurs , prom queens, mean drunks and confused jocks at the Opera House on this chilly autumn night.(14) The truth of the matter is that real sport takes place in winter; summer sports are for poseurs who affect to enjoy sport, but treat it mainly as an excuse for socialising.(15) There comes a time in the life of many a voting citizen when one frowns, shrugs and mentally dismisses the lot of them - right, left and centre - as opportunists and poseurs , all equally unfit to wear the mantle of Honorable Member.(16) In my mind an e-book was little more than a species of niche electronic ephemera designed to sit within a tiny ecosystem of highly-tech-friendly but not particularly tech-savvy over-monied poseurs .
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