Statue, Stature, or Statute?

J. Cheney

1. Statue is a noun that refers to a model of a person or animal carved in stone or modeled in clay or plaster.

2. Stature is a noun that refers to the standing height of a body, literally or figuratively.

3. Statute is a noun that refers to a law or rule.

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  1. The Lincoln Memorial exhibit in Washington, D.C. presents a giant (statue, stature, statute) of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States.
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  3. Mark was fined $120 for violating the (statue, stature, statute) that prohibits littering public property.
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  5. Once a popular politician among young voters, Mark's (statue, stature, statute) in the community has declined.
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  7. The art class was assigned to make a life-size (statue, stature, statute) of the model who posed in front of the room.
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  9. The (statue, stature, statute) of limitations expired, so we were not held liable for the offense.
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  11. Even though the father stood at only five feet and six inches, his (statue, stature, statute) to his tiny two-year-old son seemed twice as tall.
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