Definition of towering:
plethoric, rare, eloquent, better, high-minded, airy, exorbitant, proud, rarefied, undue, level, overpowering, grave, noble-minded, low, overextravagant, lavish, exceptional, precipitous, sky-high, uplifted, idealistic, dire, noble, intolerable, overwhelming, unconscionable, singular, stiff, overdue, baroque, out of sight, immoderate, uncommon, standout, elevated, unmerciful, extreme, rarified, formal, sublime, staggering, higher, extraordinary, fancy, rigorous, overmuch, insane, tall, low-rise, extravagant, soaring, high-flown, gallant, overweening, acute, altitudinous, aerial, profound, desperate, preeminent, exalted, eminent, steep, devilish, awful, outstanding, knee-high, lofty, remarkable, inordinate, high, severe, unusual, usual, stately, serious.
large (part of speech: adjective)
- successful (part of speech: adjective)
- "Her Weight in Gold", George Barr McCutcheon.
- "The Queen Against Owen", Allen Upward.
- "A Hazard of New Fortunes", William Dean Howells.