- To stand tall means to be proud of yourself and confident in your abilities.
- To defend oneself in the face of adversity.
- To be brave and proud.
1. You should stand tall against bullying in your school.
2. The football team stood tall because they played their best.
3. Even when life brings sorrow, I will stand tall.
4. You should be able to stand tall against ideas and actions that don’t make sense to you.
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