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How to Pronounce posses?

Correct pronunciation for the word "posses" is [pˈɒsɪz], [pˈɒsɪz], [p_ˈɒ_s_ɪ_z].

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"Posses" in context

Poses are a way of conveying a certain emotion, state of mind, or attitude through body language. They are commonly seen in art, photography, film and television, and in everyday life. Poses are used to communicate something about the person or object being portrayed, whether it's strength, happiness, mystery, stiffness, or anything else. Additionally, some poses may be symbolic, representing something deeper, such as a religious or cultural significance. Poses can also be used to express an experience, reveal a personality trait, or tell a story.

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Usage over time for posses:

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


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