to constitute (a danger, a threat, a risk, etc...) (verb)
assume or maintain a pose (verb)
To interrogate; to question. (verb)
To question with a view to puzzling; to embarrass by questioning or scrutiny; to bring to a stand. (verb)
position, posture, arrangement (especially of the human body) (noun)
common cold, head cold (noun)
To ask (someone) questions; to interrogate. (verb)
To perplex or confuse (someone). (verb)
Examples of word pose
Liverpool Street, you pose -- yes, _pose_, Jack -- as the urbane man,
The anti-Israel, anti-Jew pose is usually found among Dems these days.
The pose is dynamic, showing Ollie in action, having just loosed one of his arrows and with his bow still held aloft.
Admittedly his unfortunate comment about my musical ability has been described as ill advised and rather tasteless but as one becomes to know Jim or â€œJimboâ€ â€¦ as he likes to called by his friends. .one realizes that his confrontational pose is just simple and harmless musical jealousy.
But the pose is very static and the same can be said of the figure in front.