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{a} stopped in the growth, stunted
past of dwarf
stunted
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miniature
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To become (much) smaller
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A creature from (especially Scandinavian and other Germanic) folklore, usually depicted as having mystical powers and being skilled at crafts such as woodwork and metalworking. Sometimes pluralized dwarves, especially in modern fantasy literature
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To make appear insignificant

Bach dwarfs all other composers.

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A star of relatively small size
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To render (much) smaller, turn into a dwarf (version)
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An animal, plant or other thing much smaller than the usual of its sort
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To make appear (much) smaller, puny, tiny

The newly-built skyscraper dwarfs all older buildings in the downtown skyline.

dwarf
{n} a person below the usual size
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{a} that is below natural size, small, low
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{v} to hinder or keep from growing
being dwarfed
being overshadowed, being diminished, being dominated, being made to appear smaller; being stunted in growth
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An underground dwelling nature spirit famed for metalcraft in Heathenry
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In children's stories, a dwarf is an imaginary creature that is like a small man. Dwarfs often have magical powers
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To hinder from growing to the natural size; to make or keep small; to stunt
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small, manlike beings, short in stature but with strong bodies Dwarfs are excellent craftsmen and smiths who live in underground kingdoms They have long beards, often so long as to trail upon the ground Many Dwarfs have misshapen bodies but a few are handsome They are native to Germany and Scandinavia
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{i} abnormally short human, pygmy, midget; small man with magical powers (Folklore)
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A creature from folklore, usually depicted as having mystical powers and being skilled at crafts such as woodwork and metalworking. Especially often found in Scandinavian folklore. Sometimes pluralized dwarves, especially in modern fantasy literature
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In former times, people who were much smaller than normal were called dwarfs. a dwarf plant or animal is much smaller than the usual size. brown dwarf dwarf star white dwarf star
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make appear small by comparison; "This year's debt dwarves that of last year"
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The description of a variety or cultivar that is smaller than the species plant, though it has the same basic characteristics Dwarfing can also occur through natural causes, dwarf cultivars are bred to be small Top E
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{f} reduce, minimize, miniaturize, make small
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A race of humanoids that primarily live in the northern frontiers of the Vergothan Empire A fair race, the dwarves are subdivided into the Durin and Modsogner They stand between four and five feet in height and live in a clan-based society in villages, cities, and strongholds [See also: Durin, Modsogner]
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To become small; to diminish in size
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An animal or plant which is much below the ordinary size of its species or kind; especially, a diminutive human being
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a legendary creature resembling a tiny old man; lives in the depths of the earth and guards buried treasure
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Any star with radius comparable to, or smaller than, that of the Sun (including the Sun itself)
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A person with short stature, often one whose limbs are disproportionately small in relation to the body as compared with normal adults, usually as the result of a genetic condition
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One of the common races Dwarves stand only 3–1/2 to 4–1/2 feet tall, but they are so broad and compact that they are, on average, almost as heavy as humans Dwarven men are slightly taller and noticeably heavier than dwarven women A typical dwarf has deep tan or light brown skin, dark eyes, and black, gray, or brown hair, worn long The men wear beards that they value highly Dwarves are known for their skill in warfare, their ability to withstand physical and magical punishment, their knowledge of the earth’s secrets, their hard work, and their capacity to drink ale
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If one person or thing is dwarfed by another, the second is so much bigger than the first that it makes them look very small. His figure is dwarfed by the huge red McDonald's sign The US air travel market dwarfs that of Britain
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a lean or emaciated person
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a person who is abnormally small
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Small or slow growing variant of a species resulting from hybridisation or specific cultivation methods (as in bonsai)
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a person who is abnormally small check the growth of; "the lack of sunlight dwarfed these pines
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To make (to appear) much smaller; to render puny or tiny
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These small, stocky men are found in many cultures in Europe, but mainly in Germany They are said to live in dark forests, and are famous for working with metals They're often shown with white beards--like the seven dwarves who befriended Snow White!
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Dwarf is used to describe varieties or species of plants and animals which are much smaller than the usual size for their kind. dwarf shrubs
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check the growth of; "the lack of sunlight dwarfed these pines"
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