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Tall vs Tall - What's the difference?

tall | tall |


In of a person|lang=en terms the difference between tall and tall

is that tall is (of a person) having a vertical extent greater than the average for example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall while tall is (of a person) having a vertical extent greater than the average for example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall.

In of a building, etc.|lang=en terms the difference between tall and tall

is that tall is having its top a long way up; having a great vertical (and often greater than horizontal) extent; high while tall is having its top a long way up; having a great vertical (and often greater than horizontal) extent; high.

In of a story|lang=en terms the difference between tall and tall

is that tall is (of a story) hard to believe, such as a tall story or a tall tale while tall is (of a story) hard to believe, such as a tall story or a tall tale.

In chiefly|us|of a cup of coffee|lang=en terms the difference between tall and tall

is that tall is (chiefly|us|of a cup of coffee) a cup of coffee smaller than grande, usually 8 ounces while tall is (chiefly|us|of a cup of coffee) a cup of coffee smaller than grande, usually 8 ounces.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between tall and tall

is that tall is (obsolete) bold; brave; courageous; valiant while tall is (obsolete) bold; brave; courageous; valiant.

In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between tall and tall

is that tall is (archaic) fine; proper; admirable; great; excellent while tall is (archaic) fine; proper; admirable; great; excellent.

As adjectives the difference between tall and tall

is that tall is (of a person) having a vertical extent greater than the average for example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall while tall is (of a person) having a vertical extent greater than the average for example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall.

Book vs Tall - What's the difference?

book | tall |


As a noun book

is book.

As an adjective tall is

(of a person) having a vertical extent greater than the average for example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall.

Tall vs Grand - What's the difference?

tall | grand |


As an adjective tall

is (of a person) having a vertical extent greater than the average for example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall.

As a proper noun grand is

a commune in france.

Tall vs Bad - What's the difference?

tall | bad |


As an adjective tall

is (of a person) having a vertical extent greater than the average for example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall.

As a verb bad is

to simulate.

Fish vs Tall - What's the difference?

fish | tall |


As a proper noun fish

is .

As an adjective tall is

(of a person) having a vertical extent greater than the average for example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall.

Tall vs Higher - What's the difference?

tall | higher |


As adjectives the difference between tall and higher

is that tall is (of a person) having a vertical extent greater than the average for example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall while higher is (high).

As an adverb higher is

.

As a noun higher is

a national school-leaving examination and university entrance qualification.

Tall vs Thick - What's the difference?

tall | thick |


As adjectives the difference between tall and thick

is that tall is (of a person) having a vertical extent greater than the average for example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall while thick is relatively great in extent from one surface to the opposite in its smallest solid dimension.

As an adverb thick is

in a thick manner.

As a noun thick is

the thickest, or most active or intense, part of something.

As a verb thick is

(archaic|transitive) to thicken.

Tall vs Lengthy - What's the difference?

tall | lengthy |


As adjectives the difference between tall and lengthy

is that tall is (of a person) having a vertical extent greater than the average for example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall while lengthy is having length; long and overextended, especially in time rather than dimension.

Tall vs Slim - What's the difference?

tall | slim |


As an adjective tall

is (of a person) having a vertical extent greater than the average for example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall.

As a noun slim is

slime, mucus.

Thin vs Tall - What's the difference?

thin | tall |


As a proper noun thin

is the fifth earthly branch represented by the.

As an adjective tall is

(of a person) having a vertical extent greater than the average for example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall.

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