• (adj): Great in vertical dimension; high in stature.
    Example: "Tall people"; "tall buildings"; "tall trees"; "tall ships"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on tall:

Tall Man Lettering
... Tall Man lettering (or Tallman lettering) is the practice of writing part of a drug's name in upper case letters to help distinguish sound-alike, look-alike drugs from one another in order to ... For example, in Tall Man lettering, "prednisone" and "prednisolone" should be written "predniSONE" and "prednisoLONE", respectively ... and Drug Administration (FDA) encourages manufacturers to use Tall Man lettering labels to visually differentiate their drugs' names, and a number ...
Blåbärskullen Transmitter
... It used as antenna tower a 323 metres (1,060 ft) tall guyed mast, which was at time of completion one of the tallest structures in Sweden ... Afterwards a 72 metres (236 ft) tall temporary mast was erected, while the old mast was now 274 metres (899 ft) tall ...
... affinis - Ridged Ground-berry Acrotriche aggregata - Red Cluster Heath, Tall Groundberry or Tall Acrotriche Acrotriche baileyana Acrotriche cordata - Coast Ground-berry Acrotriche depressa - Wiry Ground-berry ...
David A. Tall
... David Tall (born 20 December 1963) is an English former cricketer ... Tall, who made his Minor Counties Championship debut for the team in 1987, made a single List A appearance, in 1992, against Kent ...

More definitions of "tall":

  • (adj): Impressively difficult.
    Example: "A tall order"
  • (adj): Lofty in style.
    Example: "He engages in so much tall talk, one never really realizes what he is saying"
    Synonyms: grandiloquent, magniloquent

Famous quotes containing the word tall:

    There is regret. Always, there is regret.
    But it is better that our lives unloose,
    As two tall ships, wind-mastered, wet with light,
    Break from an estuary with their courses set,
    And waving part, and waving drop from sight.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    It is surprising on stepping ashore anywhere into this unbroken wilderness to see so often, at least within a few rods of the river, the marks of an axe, made by lumberers who have either camped here or driven logs past in previous springs. You will see perchance where, going on the same errand that you do, they have cut large chips from a tall white pine stump for their fire.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    How tall the buildings were as I began
    To live, and how high the rain that battered them!
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)