midget

[ mij-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF midget

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIDGET

After this you can leave that midget of yours in her care, Katherine.

The first cast of my midget flies across the pool brought no answer.

He cautioned all of us not to talk about your being smaller than common, being a midget.

"Why my outfit is still in the supply house in Omaha," countered the midget.

A midget is usually suave in manners and not easily embarrassed in public.

You understand I am not complaining of my lot as a midget, but I am fed up on the role.

Adine paused to chuckle a bit at the midget's interest in the recital.

"Maybe you didn't see 'em at their best," replied the midget quietly.

"I didn't say I had a man there or a midget either," he explained.

"You're a funny child, Midget," said her father, looking at her quizzically.

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