|builder of steeples, one who builds and repairs tall structures such as steeples||steeplejack|
|a tall tower in downtown Seattle, Washington, with a revolving restaurant and observation deck near the top.||Space Needle|
|abbreviated, abruptly, cause a short circuit; give less than required or agreed, shortchange (Informal), concise, discourteous, film of short duration, full of fat, garment size, having less than needed, insufficiently long or tall, maturing soon, mixt...||short|
|achieve sexual maturity, acquire feature, habit, or illness, arise and increase, become clear, bring piece into play, build structures, improve; mature, grow, change and grow, enlarge on, present or be revealed in stages, turn film into negatives or pr...||develop|
|act of maintaining; upkeep, repairs; livelihood, means of support, condition, continuing repair work, interference in legal action, maintaining of something, provision of financial support||maintenance|
|adjacency, making things abut, meeting point, structure that supports an arch or vault (as on a bridge); place where two adjoining structures come in contact, juncture, support structure||abutment|
|African animal with very long neck, tall long-necked spotted mammal (native to Africa)||giraffe|
|Africander, Afrikaner, breed of S African beef cattle, breed of S African sheep, breed of tall red cattle that were originally developed in South Africa; Afrikaner (native of Cape Province and a descendant of Dutch settlers)||Afrikander|
|aggressive woman, large tall woman; member of a race of female warriors (Greek mythology), mythological warrior, river running through northern Brazil in South America, second longest river in the world, Amazonas River; (Computers) on-line bookstore, I...||Amazon|
|aircraft waiting to land, arrangement of firearms, book storage in a library, chimney or chimneys, heap with piles of objects, heap; tall bookshelf; chimney; (Computers) area in memory where information can be stored and then retrieved in the reverse o...||stack|
|airfield tower to guide pilot, bracket fixing something to aircraft body, metal tower supporting high-voltage cables, tall vertical part of structure, tower used to support electrical or other wires; guide tower that serves as a landmark for airplanes;...||pylon|
|ant that builds with wood chips||wood ant|
|any of a number of leguminous plants which bear tall clusters of flowers in a variety of colors (also lupin), plant with tall flower spikes, ravenous, relating to a wolf, wild, rapacious; wolf-like||lupine|
|any of a number of leguminous plants which bear tall clusters of flowers in a variety of colors (also lupine)||lupin|
|any of several varieties of tall marsh grass; thin piece of wood or plastic placed on the mouthpiece of reed instruments (the air flow causes it to vibrate and create sound), grass plant, musical instrument, stalk of reed, unit of length, vibrating par...||reed|
|area inside stockade, defensive barrier, fence comprised of tall stakes placed upright in the ground; wall, enclosure, defense barrier, military prison, surround area with stockade, surround with a stockade, protect by means of a stockade||stockade|
|art of drawing plans and designs (machines, structures, etc.); drawing up of legal documents||draughtsmanship|
|art of drawing plans and designs (machines, structures, etc.); drawing up of legal documents, skill in drawing or drafting||draftsmanship|
|atlas, set of sculptural figures of men used to support structures in architecture||atlantes|
|awkwardly tall and thin, gangly, tall and skinny||gangling|
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