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Adjective: tall (taller,tallest)  tol
  1. Great in vertical dimension; high in stature
    "tall people"; "tall buildings"; "tall trees"; "tall ships"
  2. Lofty in style
    "he engages in so much tall talk, one never really realizes what he is saying";
    - grandiloquent, magniloquent
  3. Having a specified height
    "five feet tall";
    - in height
  4. Impressively difficult
    "a tall order"
  5. Too improbable to admit of belief
    "a tall story";
    - improbable, marvelous [US], marvellous [Brit, Cdn]
Noun: tall  tol
  1. A garment size for a tall person

Derived forms: taller, tallest, talls

See also: big, difficult, gangling, gangly, hard, height, high, incredible, lanky, large, leggy, long, long-legged, long-shanked, long-stalked, rangy, rhetorical, stately, statuesque, stature, tall-growing, tallish, tall-stalked, unbelievable

Type of: size

Antonym: little

Encyclopedia: Tall, Swat