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tower noun

ADJ. high, high-rise, lofty, massive, tall | squat | two-storey, three-storey, etc. They lived in a ten-storey tower in the town centre. | octagonal, round, square | ancient, Gothic, medieval | fortified | twin Twin towers flanked the castle gateway. | ruined | control, lookout, observation, watch (also watchtower) Armed border guards manned the lookout towers. | bell, clock | cooling, water | television | computer | conning | castle, cathedral, church | ivory (figurative) academics sitting in their ivory towers

TOWER + VERB collapse