Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of stature.

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Examples

  • They had men's extremities, but not their statures.

    Black Water

  • Their combined height make them the Olajuwon and Sampson of the DJ world, but Rich Medina's and Stretch Armstrong's bonafides in the music game are as impressive as their physical statures.

    Nightlife Agenda: David Guetta, bar-hopping Santas and Dimitri From Paris

  • In spite of the difference in their statures, brother and sister looked a great deal alike.

    The World Above

  • Both sets of fossils share comparably small statures, large teeth oriented at unusual angles, reduced chins, and small faces.

    Meanwhile in Middle Earth…

  • In spite of the difference in their statures, brother and sister looked a great deal alike.

    The World Above

  • Play between dogs of mismatched statures often does not last long, but it is usually an owner, not a dog, who moves to stop it.

    INSIDE OF A DOG

  • Women are built differently (Thank God for the difference) and the manufacturers need to work with women of all statures and sizes to design clothing and equipment that is appealing, well constructed and classy/fashionable.

    Girl-ified Gear

  • For that matter, hire two actors of different statures but similar features to help with it.

    Quick Thor Update on Whether Donald Blake is in the Script « FirstShowing.net

  • I'd talk more about the revenge cycle, and senseless violence, and the different statures afforded by either social position or race, but I cried a lot so I have a headache.

    Response: A Time To Kill

  • Play between dogs of mismatched statures often does not last long, but it is usually an owner, not a dog, who moves to stop it.

    INSIDE OF A DOG

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