English words and Examples of Usage
use "poised" in a sentence
Its characteristic pose, a double coil with a figure of eight, with the head poised
in the center, permits it to lash out like a released spring.
She is a boyish and forthright girl who grows into a poised
and lovely woman.
While reporting various unsavoury hearsay, the
herself) from her reality, and an attempt to make herself still attractive to new male suitors.
Whatever the faults of her education, she possessed great confidence, impressing her Rothschild relations, who noted her poise
and competence when she hosted a large house party at Mentmore for the Prince of Wales while only 17 years of age.
4) Evening Wear In the Evening Wear portion of the competition, the contestants are judged on poise
and bearing as they walk across the stage.
on the track may save horse's life" The Baltimore Sun, May 21, 2006 Time magazine commented that despite the difficulties, Barbaro's fight was inspiring and that the hope for a near-miracle was not pointless.
A few of the other competitors give Becca advice on hair, make-up, posture, poise
, etc. Becca goes overboard and uses her credit card to buy a complete makeover and new clothes for the pageant.
Fox did not show the same level of poise
as his start against florid
a State; he completed 23 of 42 passes for 229 yards.
At the slowest speeds the dance tend
s to exhibit a highly elastic
connection with the possibility of very sexy, slinky walks for the lady, and a slight backward leaning poise
at the full extent of the connection.
The young people undergo a training period that encompasses the study of the history of Tallahassee and florid
a, as well as instruction in poise
, good grooming, and etiquette.
The couple embraces closely but the embrace is flexible, opening slightly to make room for various figures and closing again for support and poise
Instead, he decided to achieve the same classical polish and poise
he had displayed in the Rococo Variations within his own composit
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