stature

[ stach-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF stature

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They understand it, up to the level of their own stature; they know who loves them, but not who loves virtue.

In stature he was about five feet eleven inches, and was apparently as agile as a leopard.

Some of these, it was said, were of nearly twice his stature.

He was then not quite forty years of age, almost of my stature--that is to say, a tall man.

He was somewhat beneath my stature, but formed with perfect delicacy.

Which of you by taking thought can add one cubit unto his stature?

It happened that he topped Kirkwood's stature by at least five inches.

The Germans pride themselves in their tallness of stature and skill in magic.

Is he not as I described him, a giant in stature and of wondrous strength?

The Italian soldier is not impressive as to stature, but he is tough and enduring.

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