a chest of drawers supported by a low stand.
a tall chimney pot.
a tall-stemmed goblet.
(initial capital letter) Military. a 12,000-pound (5400 kg) British bomb of World War II, designed to penetrate the target or plunge deep into the ground before detonating.
a high chest of drawers made in two sections and placed one on top of the other; chest-on-chest
a fitting on the top of a chimney to prevent downdraughts
noun 1. a Eurasian buttercup, Ranunculus acris, naturalized in North American fields and meadows, having a tall stem and shiny yellow flowers.
- Tall can of corn
can of corn talk up a storm
- Tall card
hardware An expansion card for the IBM PC AT. These can be larger than IBM PC or IBM PC XT cards because the AT case is bigger. When IBM introduced the PS/2 model 30 (its last gasp at supporting the ISA) they made the case lower and many industry-standard tall cards wouldn’t fit. This was […]
- Tall-case clock
[tawl-keys] /ˈtɔlˌkeɪs/ noun 1. a pendulum clock tall enough to stand on the floor; a grandfather’s or grandmother’s clock.