- tall; tall person
- adj.高的,长的,夸大的 adv.<俚> 夸大地
- She goes for tall slim men.
- She gaped at the tall man, not believing that he was her younger brother.
- By mistake he took the tall heavy-set man for his boss.
- The soldiers looked up and saw a tall young man with blue eyes, a friendly face, strong arms and broad shoulders.
- That tall criminal is branded as the chieftain of the gang.
- Taller men really do get the girls according to a study which reveals that childless men are about4cm shorter than fathers.
- A little further on I caught sight of yet another human being a tall gaunt old woman in cap and shawl.
- The tall sportsman is one hundred kilograms.
- Billy bones was the mate; long john he was quartermaster and they asked him where the treasure was.
- Gristlene was small and mean and firmly packed with spite and spleen; tall boney-jane a scatterbrain was just as vile and twice as vain.
- The older man had an ugly stance.he was unable to bend at the waist as if his whole back were one solid piece of wood so that he had to incline his whole body forward his arms stretched out behind.
- He was a tall colorless man with hair that receded from a thinning widow's peak.
- He's tallish with fair hair and glasses.
- A tall man in a nightcap had caught up a bundle from among the feet of the horses and had laid it on the basement of the fountain and was down in the mud and wet howling over it like a wild animal.
- All the way in long john stood by the steersman and conned the ship.