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Spell check of tall

Correct spelling: tall

atmospheric, eminent, low, big, easy, dry, formidable, high, exalted, low-rise, higher, level, altitudinous, pick-and-shovel, laborious, Augean, stiff, statuesque, serious, uplifted, exaggerated, leggy, steep, rigorous, severe, marvelous, strenuous, pontifical, decaffeinated, pompous, precipitous, elevated, tallish, proud, marvellous, black, far-fetched, rhetorical, murderous, challenging, full-bodied, rangy, arduous, gangly, unbelievable, alcoholic, long-shanked, incredible, grandiloquent, gangling, herculean, backbreaking, effervescent, improbable, tough, demanding, rough, exacting, heavy, drinkable, moiling, tall-growing, magniloquent, towering, portentous, in height, hellacious, sweaty, knee-high, toilsome, carbonated, effortful, uphill, outlandish, lofty, flat, long, full-length, grueling, difficult, great, testing, noble, overblown, corked, rugged, lanky, hard, long-legged, stately.

dumpy, cheap, light, smooth, half-length, manageable, depressed, runty, stubby, heavyset, sawed-off, credible, achievable, mean, easy, little, stocky, relaxed, clear, painless, effortless, pint-size, dwarfed, deep, doable, base, chunky, flat, stunted, simple, squab, short, thick, elementary, soft, gentle, low-set, undemanding, low-lying, low, facile, pint-sized, soothing, comforting, user-friendly, squat, mindless, accessible, squatty, inferior, stumpy, friendly, compact, uncomplicated, believable, thickset, unrhetorical, sawn-off, degraded, squabby.

Examples of usage:

1) Presently he came to a tall tree. - "Leo the Circus Boy", Ralph Bonehill.

2) " Yes, isn't it though," returned the tall girl. - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.

3) You're not so awfully tall. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.