The way a person holds and positions their body. (noun)
A situation or condition. (noun)
One's attitude or the social or political position one takes towards an issue or another person. (noun)
The position of someone or something relative to another; position; situation. (noun)
to put one's body into a posture or series of postures, especially hoping that one will be noticed and admired (verb)
to pretend to have an opinion or a conviction (verb)
Examples of word posture
We'll soon find out if her posture is any kind of impediment to winning a Senate seat.
He has a warm smile on his face but his posture is firm and his eyes are open and locked directly into our eyes, a bit confrontational, because it is.
Because improving the Law School's posture is perceived as essential to the University, the Provost has agreed, as well, to match the Law School's effort with six more faculty lines to be paid for out of central resources.
It should be clear that such a defence posture is mainly intended for the homeland defence, not for military adventurism abroad.
But utilizing the right sleep posture is just as important as having the right PC posture, especially if you want to enjoy a pain-free morning and day.