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Synonyms for dwarf

tower above or over

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tower above or over

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gnome

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Synonyms for dwarf

a legendary creature resembling a tiny old man

a plant or animal that is atypically small

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make appear small by comparison

check the growth of

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It allowed dwarves to meet with other dwarves and discuss their problems.
One hundred dwarves are to compete in a host of events including basketball, table tennis, javelin throwing, sprinting, football and badminton.
The other dwarves knew a good thing when they saw it, and soon there were six more names on the checks.
In addition, Humans, fiends, dwarves, elves, gnomes, as well as the cat-like Saris and the reptilian Sslik, round out the first nine playable races available in the game.
Pratchett's latest Discworld novel gets its title from a centuries-old strategy game played by Dwarves against Trolls, where the successful competitor must win a match on each side of the table.
has found it exceptionally useful to size up the people sitting around the table according to which one of the seven dwarves their personality most resembles.
Despite attracting millions of viewers as a star of Channel 4's Seven Dwarves documentary series, Jamie John, 22, is a long way from the big time.