Synonyms for altitude

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Antonyms for altitude

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The altitude record at this time is about 4,165 feet, held by Paulhan.

The tree-topped hills in their altitude are at times lost in the clouds.

Like a fine fruit, it will grow in one climate and not in another; at one altitude and not at another.

He turned as they turned and climbed as they climbed for the advantage that altitude might give.

From their altitude of four thousand feet, they could see the Denver.

Long before the funeral train had reached the top of the altitude.

Altitude in grape-growing must, therefore, be determined by experiment.

His limbs were enormous to her, and the breadth of his shoulders and the altitude of his head.

The lay of it and the altitude ought to make it ideal for fruit.

The air at that altitude is thin and, to the one not accustomed to it, most unsatisfying.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Latin altitudinem (nominative altitudo) "height, altitude," from altus "high" (see old).

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