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stature
used in The Return of the King

4 uses
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Definition
a person's height

or:

a high level of respect gained by impressive achievement
  • And as for valour, that cannot be computed by stature.
    5.1 — Book 5 Chapter 1 — Minas Tirith (8% in)
  • Maybe a light helm might be found to fit him; but we have no mail or sword for one of his stature.
    5.2 — Book 5 Chapter 2 — The Passing of the Grey Company (26% in)
  • And in such a battle as we think to make on the fields of Gondor what would you do, Master Meriadoc, sword-thain though you be, and greater of heart than of stature?
    5.3 — Book 5 Chapter 3 — The Muster of Rohan (92% in)
  • For the other Companions steeds were furnished according to their stature; and Frodo and Samwise rode at Aragorn's side, and Gandalf rode upon Shadowfax, and Pippin rode with the knights of Gondor; and Legolas and Gimli as ever rode together upon Arod.
    6.6 — Book 6 Chapter 6 — Many Partings (12% in)

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