A structure, usually taller than it is wide, often used as a lookout, usually unsupported by guy-wires. (noun)
Any item, such as a computer case, that is usually higher than it is wide. (noun)
An interlocking tower. (noun)
The sixteenth trump or Major Arcana card in many Tarot decks, deemed an ill omen. (noun)
To be very tall. (verb)
To soar into. (verb)
One who tows. (noun)
Examples of word tower
For example, consider the widely accepted sixteenth-century Ëœtower argumentâ„¢ against the Copernican claim that the earth moves: the earth can't be moving, because a stone released from a tower will fall Ëœstraight downâ„¢ to the foot of the tower, and not land some distance to the west as apparently required by Copernicus.
Before Gerald left the old tower (_my tower_) which was alone spared by the flames, and at which he had resided, though without his household, rather than quit
An ancient Roman tower, of which a few walls only now remain, on the route to Agen, was once a conspicuous object from the river: it was called _La Tourrasse_, ( "_enormous tower_" in _patois_), and many discoveries prove the importance of this place in the time of the
The central processing unit, or main tower, is 10.4 inches long, 3.9 inches wide, and 12.4 inches tall.
Developed and contracted by Brookfield Europe, the tower is a tricky engineering feat indeed, especially granted the gusty blasts of wind that construction crews had to deal with while raising it.