dwarf

Part of speech: adjective

Dwarfish.

Part of speech: verb

To stunt.

Part of speech: verb

To cause to look small by comparison.

Part of speech: adjective

Smaller than others of its kind; diminutive.

Part of speech: noun

A person, animal, or plant that is unnaturally small.

Part of speech: noun

Dwarfness.

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Usage examples "dwarf":

  1. " Then this is no place for you," went on the Dwarf. - "The Story of Calico Clown", Laura Lee Hope.
  2. " Yes," continued the Dwarf, looking anxiously into the bottom of his watering- can. - "The City Curious", Jean de Bosschère.
  3. After the dwarf had carried this performance on for some time, and found no one who would resolve on open conflict with him, he bowed with old French grace, gave thanks for the applause which was bestowed upon him, and took the liberty of announcing to the very honourable public the most extraordinary performance ever displayed upon English ground. - "The Prose Writings of Heinrich Heine", Heinrich Heine.