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stature
used in The Two Towers

5 uses
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Definition
a person's height

or:

a high level of respect gained by impressive achievement
  • There were four goblin-soldiers of greater stature, swart, slant-eyed, with thick legs and large hands.
    3.1 — Book 3 Chapter 1 — The Departure of Boromir (40% in)
  • Their horses were of great stature, strong and clean-limbed; their grey coats glistened, their long tails flowed in the wind, their manes were braided on their proud necks.
    3.2 — Book 3 Chapter 2 — The Riders of Rohan (45% in)
  • He seemed to have grown in stature while Eomer had shrunk; and in his living face they caught a brief vision of the power and majesty of the kings of stone.
    3.2 — Book 3 Chapter 2 — The Riders of Rohan (56% in)
  • Gandalf took no armour; and Gimli needed no coat of rings, even if one had been found to match his stature, for there was no hauberk in the hoards of Edoras of better make than his short corslet forged beneath the Mountain in the North.
    3.6 — Book 3 Chapter 6 — The King of the Golden Hall (86% in)
  • At once Frodo thought of Boromir, for these Men were like him in stature and bearing, and in their manner of speech.
    4.4 — Book 4 Chapter 4 — Of Herbs and Stewed Rabbit (65% in)

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