Antonyms for lilliputians

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Midgets are neither dwarfs, runts, pygmies, nor Lilliputians.

I feel like Gulliver when he was being tied up by the Lilliputians.

The Lilliputians away out in "Gulliver's Travels," or something like that?

Swift's Brobdingnagians and Lilliputians furnish a case in point.

These are the hundred cords with which the Lilliputians bound Gulliver, and he escaped.

All the time you were out, I felt like Gulliver with the Lilliputians firing upon him.'

Another example of double exposure is seen in most films where Lilliputians or small fairies enter into the picture.

These are in reality very curious little creatures, reminding us of the Lilliputians in Gullivers Travels.

Pinned down, by ten thousand jobs and duties, like two Gullivers by the threads of the Lilliputians.

The King of the mountains was a hopeless prisoner—Gulliver, tied hand and foot by the Lilliputians.