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Synonyms for towering

of imposing height

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The film is driven by a toweringly magnificent Oscar-worthy performance by Marion Cotillard who wholly inhabits Piaf from the age of 16
If you're bored to tears with the toweringly unrealistic Lexi saga.
Reducing his voice to an emphysemic growl and frequently slurring his speech, Nolte is toweringly funny as a sad-sack curmudgeon who, for all his ills, never becomes pathetic.
Already garlanded with awards and with a toweringly good Staunton tipped as a Best Actress Oscar nominee, the film preaches no moral agenda in regard to abortion.
Ben Davis is toweringly effective as the biting Benchley, and Andrew Friedman matches him as compassionate Ogden Nash.
Kurt Geiger in Rackhams - my first purchase was a pair of toweringly high and pointy chocolate brown crocodile skin shoes, which turned out to be the most comfortable I'd ever worn.
Unfortunately, wh ile this comes with a toweringly intense performance from Duvall, especially when he's working up a head of full testifying steam, as the film's sole focus everyone and everything else tends to take a back seat.
Squeezed in between the succession of pathetic acts, various dumb creatures regurgitated the same old tosh about their toweringly tedious love lives.
Presided over by the world's most selfless tycoon, this toweringly inspirational programme is in no way a gladiatorial circus of cruelty designed to humiliate teenagers.
Stretched out over two toweringly tedious nights, this selfimportant alleged investigation into the scourge of Ecstasy was television at its worst.
Throughout this toweringly tedious tripe, circus-of-cruelty ringmaster Gok cackled with witchlike laughter and called everyone "my darling".
The torrid saga of this toweringly unrealistic relationship just keeps on spinning round in the same old rancid circles.
At the start of a toweringly tedious two-and-a-half hour slog host Peter Kay hits the stage and cracks a not particularly funny joke about his dear old granny playing Wii.
So toweringly tedious I'd rather watch the unconventional alternative.
Kauto Star is making his comeback in a handicap off a toweringly high mark and having to give weight to horses of the calibre of Monet's Garden.