pos·ture /ˈpɑ:stʃɚ/ noun plural pos·tures
the way in which your body is positioned when you are sitting or standing [count
] ▪ Human beings have an upright posture. ▪ a rigid/stiff posture
] ▪ He has good/bad/poor posture.
] formal :
the attitude a person or group has toward a subject — usually singular ▪ The country has taken an aggressive posture on immigration. ▪ She took a neutral posture in the argument.
— pos·tur·al /ˈpɑ:stʃərəl/ adjective always used before a noun formal
▪ poor postural habits