Richards, who towered over his Dennehy when he appeared in court alongside her Monday, denies all charges.
She remembers attending parties with her teenage pals, who towered over her in her chair.
He was a tall boy anyway, but the extra year made it so that he towered over his new classmates.
A burly Belgian, strapped with grenades and ammunition, towered above them.
The film played on a dozen or so boxed-in screens that towered over the Park Avenue Armory audience.
The tree from which they had been watching the spy's house was a giant pine that towered above every other tree in the grove.
It towered high over the clouds and rain; and none could say whereon it rested.
And he towered threateningly over the undisturbed wood-cutter.
It towered up there beautiful, strong, virile, and fruitful.
One of these now came sweeping overhead, and toward it towered the contending birds.
Old English torr, from Latin turris "high structure" (cf. Old French tor, 11c.; Spanish, Italian torre "tower"), possibly from a pre-Indo-European Mediterranean language. Also borrowed separately 13c. as tour, from Old French tur. The modern spelling first recorded in 1520s. Meaning "lofty pile or mass" is recorded from mid-14c.
c.1400; see tower (n.). Related: Towered; towering.