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Spell Check of pose

Correct spelling: pose

Definition of pose:

  1. To assume an attitude.
  2. Said of a lion or beast, standing still with all its feet on the ground.
  3. Position; posture; attitude.
  4. To puzzle; to bring to a stand.

Common misspellings for pose:

poase, paache, apose, pahagia, pace, spose, paex.


Google Ngram Viewer results for pose:

This graph shows how "pose" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for pose:

  1. Let the world know you as you are, not as you think you should be, because sooner or later, if you are posing, you will forget the pose, and then where are you?
  2. If the conditions were right there could be great acceptance. Often it is only when they pose an economic or political threat that it turns really ugly.
  3. Once Playboy came to me, all the preachers ran. I needed to pose in Playboy to make money.
  4. I beg of you... never assume an inner or an outer pose, never a disguise.
  5. The function of a genius is not to give new answers, but to pose new questions which time and mediocrity can resolve.

Rhymes for pose:

  1. slows, noes, toes, woes, those, nose, pows, lowes, jos, ohs, hose, glows, bowes, rose, bose, knows, sews, snows, rows, grows, lows, doze, chose, blows, clothes, boes, vose, owes, pros, shows, boase, crose, foes, bows, froze, ose, close, moes, tows, ngos, roes, cose, beaus, prose, o's, gose, joes, flows, lo's, rohs, crows, sows, mose, goes, throws, hoes, throes, brose;
  2. foreclose, repose, depose, tarots, arose, oppose, transpose, dispose, dubose, disclose, compose, plainclothes, stavros, forgoes, bestows, suppose, enclose, expose, impose, propose;
  3. juxtapose, decompose, reimpose, predispose, presuppose, interpose;
  4. overexpose, superimpose;