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- n. A person who is six feet tall.
- n. An object that is six feet in length or height.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who is six feet tall.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A person measuring six feet or more in height.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who is at least six feet tall
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She's the six-footer with a size 11 shoe who brings her girltourage and extremely large father into her audition.
The rats run from around $2,300 for the smallest size, a six-footer, to $8,100 for a 20-footer.
PG LaVonte Dority is a six-footer from Chicago who averaged 20 points and 6 assists a game and C Waverly Austin is 6-10 and averaged 16.2 points and 7.9 rebounds at God's Academy in north Texas.
Grace Carter, a six-footer who can spike forehand smash to the uninitiated the ball from a height of 10 feet, is with Beardsmore at Terville, where her French GSCE is not entirely useful.
As Mr. McGrath explains, it was none other than John Barry, a hulking six-footer at the head of a quickly assembled band of waterfront toughs, who "seized the moment (and a couple of state assemblymen) to guarantee a quorum for Pennsylvania's ratification of the Constitution."
Now Riaz, a strapping six-footer who, debutant or not, likes to engage his opponents with a glare or a smile or a word, was clearly not overawed after a ropey first over.
Born in Norfire Hollow, Oklahoma, this fit six-footer exclusively spoke his native Cherokee language until he started kindergarten.
It was no hardship to kiss those full red lips; Helen was tall enough not to need to stand on tiptoe for a near six-footer, and fitted her mouth into his with pleasure, if not with passion.
As an adult he was a strapping six-footer, nearly a head taller than many of his peers.
Inspector Daniel was a stolid six-footer, with a jutting comb of strong undisciplined grey hair and a ruddy suntanned face.
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