tallness


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Synonyms for tallness

the vertical dimension of extension

the property of being taller than average stature

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Among young people, tallness is a ticket to varsity and athletic scholarships.
Thus in viewing a rectangle, the child initially notices the height, or in looking at a jar, the tallness is noticed first.
The word "tall" is vague when used to refer to human height, because there is no bright-line cutoff for tallness.
The gene for tallness is strong and dominates the gene for shortness which is weak.
Group 3 strains are very potent, hence more popular, although harder to grow indoors because of their tallness.
A positive relationship between 25(OH)D levels and muscle strength, compel, speed, and bounce tallness was noted in 99 postmenarchal young ladies matured 1214 years with low 25(OH)D status (mean 21.
Low seat tallness -- from 39 cm -- considers simple foot-driving.
Hence, negative combining ability effects for earliness traits and plant height are required to get higher yields as to discourage the late maturity and tallness.
Al-Ahmari said that despite his amazing tallness, he lives an ordinary and natural life and when he meets people, they are very surprised by his height, but talk about it in good spirit.
They took my lover's tallness off to war, Left me lamenting.
this one tightens his fingers and bends his knees slightly for the wall to absorb a part of his tallness
It's the modesty of his walk and tallness of his talk
cared for, these fragile roots, this fear of the tallness of life.
You get to see the tallness, the height,'' said his wife of 32 years, Maria, looking on in the offices of Argo Medical Technologies Inc.
20) In their initial descriptions, the Queen and Galadriel share these key features: awe-inspiring beauty, tallness, and pallor.