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Difference between Statue, Stature and Statute

Statue is a sculpture that represents a human or animal.

  • With the base and pedestal, the Statue of Liberty is 305 feet tall.

Stature refers to height or status.

  • The child could have a genetic short stature or a growth delay.
  • Their software company grew in stature in just a few years.

Statute refers to an established law or rule.

  • The city’s statute of limitations limits the time for tax collection.