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"They are of usual stature(/height)." is a correct sentence?

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It is correct enough, but there are problems. "Stature" is not used much in this context. It is too high-register for evey day, and it is more often used figuratively. "Height" is usual for how tall a person is. "Usual" is not, well, usual in this context. "Normal" is normal here. They are of normal height.

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On second thought, I think "They are of average height" is more usual.

Ok Emotion: smile Thanks!

Anyway, "They are of normal/average stature" is correct, though it's not more usual, right?

thanks3Anyway, "They are of normal/average stature" is correct, though it's not more usual, right?

Right. It is a little too correct, if anything.

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