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Neither its new ability nor its still-diminutive stature seemed to hold the AI back.

Despite his towering stature in the popular imagination, Sigmund Freud is just such a shrub blocking further progress.

This feature is remarkable in and of itself given their small stature, but even amongst wireless earbud models, cumulative battery life can vary greatly.

“I can’t get the right fit on a lot of other 29ers that are in a small size and are said to fit riders of my stature,” says Chloe Woodruff, a professional racer.

I sought to gain personal financial success, stature, and the self-worth associated with scaling a startup so fast and so well.

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They have the stature and the position and the power to do so.

Men of his social stature in Mexico do no often appear on police blotters.

No major Hollywood movie star of your stature is out, male or female.

Neither of them could imagine an identity wholly separate from their stature as a power couple.

We always thought that this was the film that could get Bennett discovered as a director of international stature.

Their complexion is a light bronze, stunted in stature, well-knit, and about the middle size.

There were the giants, those renowned men that were from the beginning, of great stature, expert in war.

The elegance of his stature and the pensive melancholy of his classic features invested him with a peculiar power of fascination.

Paul was short in stature, somewhat stooping and at the middle age his hair was thin, inclining to baldness.

Jackson is considered by many as second in military stature only to Lee himself.

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On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stature, such as: ability, cachet, caliber, capacity, competence, and dignity.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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