Thence we sailed to the isle of Rohat where the camphor trees grow to such a size
that a hundred men could shelter under one of them with ease.
But anything, involving a collision of minds only, would be possible in our ideal world--for of course we must allow mental powers to all, irrespective of size
A net of half the size
of this would supply the whole village with fish for a week at one haul.
He is the favorite theme of the hunters of the far West, who describe him as equal in size
to a common cow and of prodigious strength.
That will not trouble him," continued the man, "for Oz has a large collection of hearts, of all sizes
Every object around grew rapidly in size
while they were looking at it.
As Dorothy was no bigger in size
than the grown-up rabbits she had a chance to observe them closely before they noticed her presence.
It seemed remarkably tall, even for a full-grown man; but that was a good point in a small boy's eyes, and Tip did not object at all to the size
of his creation.
Fully five feet in length, and standing two and one-half feet at the shoulder, he far outweighed a wolf of corresponding size
Inside, as a matter of necessity, the rooms were almost rebuilt--so far at least as the size
and the arrangement of them were concerned.
Jupiter, vexed at his request because he was not satisfied with his size
and strength of body, and desired yet more, not only refused to give him horns, but even deprived him of a portion of his ears.
Nevertheless some slight amount of change may, I think, be attributed to the direct action of the conditions of life--as, in some cases, increased size
from amount of food, colour from particular kinds of food and from light, and perhaps the thickness of fur from climate.