Synonyms for dwarfish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DWARFISH
It was a primrose—a dwarfish thing, but perfect in shape—a baby-wonder.
At the door they found the dwarfish Grasshopper with Black Bess.
The vegetation, as might be supposed, is scant, or at least dwarfish.
The oak is left behind, and the pine grows stunted and dwarfish.
A fine, dwarfish, curled variety, long cultivated in England.
The calf of the leg is not developed in any of these dwarfish people.
A Numidian slave, dwarfish and deformed, was sweeping his master's chamber.
These gigantic truths retained in view, would put to shame the littleness of their dwarfish morality.
The dress of the dwarfish Jew was not, however, favourable to this expedient.
It presents us with a cramped, dwarfish, and childish conception of Deity.