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See definition of tallness on Dictionary.com
  • as inlength
  • as instature
  • as inhighness
  • as inheight

synonyms for tallness

  • breadth
  • diameter
  • dimension
  • duration
  • height
  • limit
  • magnitude
  • mileage
  • period
  • piece
  • portion
  • quantity
  • radius
  • range
  • section
  • segment
  • space
  • span
  • stretch
  • term
  • width
  • compass
  • continuance
  • elongation
  • endlessness
  • expanse
  • expansion
  • extensiveness
  • interval
  • lastingness
  • lengthiness
  • linearity
  • loftiness
  • longitude
  • longness
  • measure
  • orbit
  • panorama
  • purview
  • reach
  • realm
  • remoteness
  • season
  • spaciousness
  • stride
  • unit
  • year
  • protractedness
  • ranginess
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antonyms for tallness

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  • extreme
  • unimportance
  • whole
  • unimportance
  • impotence
  • insignificance
  • worthlessness
  • decrease
  • inadequacy
  • incompetence
  • inability
  • lowliness
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    How to use tallness in a sentence

    Michael admired her slimness and tallness, but he wished that men would not turn round and stare at her as she passed them.
    SINISTER STREET, VOL. 1COMPTON MACKENZIE
    Because any individual's height is determined by his skeleton, extreme tallness is a sign of a larger than average bony structure.
    HOW TO ANALYZE PEOPLE ON SIGHTELSIE LINCOLN BENEDICT AND RALPH PAINE BENEDICT
    Tallness, being an impulse toward extension, can never be Dwarfness, which is an impulse toward contraction.
    FEMINISM AND SEX-EXTINCTIONARABELLA KENEALY
    Tall mothers may produce tall sons, by transmitting to them the single trait of tallness of the maternal grandfather.
    FEMINISM AND SEX-EXTINCTIONARABELLA KENEALY
    The Dominant traits of Tallness and Strength, for example, are direct and positive factors in physical development.
    FEMINISM AND SEX-EXTINCTIONARABELLA KENEALY
    But between tallness and shortness he could differentiate, and he knew that he had the wrong man beside him on the seat.
    WHEN GOD LAUGHS AND OTHER STORIESJACK LONDON
    But all David's men ran violently upon Absalom, for he was easily known by his beauty and tallness.
    THE ANTIQUITIES OF THE JEWSFLAVIUS JOSEPHUS
    Jerusha caught only a fleeting impression of the man—and the impression consisted entirely of tallness.
    DADDY LONG-LEGSJEAN WEBSTER
    Tallness in the pea is a unit-character, and the gametes in which it is represented are said to contain the factor for tallness.
    MENDELISMREGINALD CRUNDALL PUNNETT
    There was an occasional tallness, the effect, I think, of straining to be higher than the thought or the feeling warranted.
    IMAGINARY INTERVIEWSW. D. HOWELLS
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    WORDS RELATED TO TALLNESS

    • acme
    • apex
    • apogee
    • brow
    • ceiling
    • crest
    • crown
    • cusp
    • elevation
    • extent
    • highness
    • hill
    • loftiness
    • mountain
    • peak
    • pinnacle
    • pitch
    • prominence
    • rise
    • solstice
    • stature
    • summit
    • tallness
    • tip
    • tiptop
    • vertex
    • zenith
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