pygmy[ pig-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF pygmy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PYGMY
It was written about in the Pygmy histories, and talked about in their ancient traditions.
They ran their eyes down the long table; every person there was a pygmy.
It was no pygmy undertaking upon which the Americans had embarked.
Had I brought with me or did I hear now a whispered: "Pygmy, again!"
"This one might be a pygmy, for all we know," said the Very Young Man.
The forest is the home of the Pygmy, as in all probability it was of the man-ape.
The Pygmy is negro-like in cast of countenance and bodily formation.
There is nothing to show that the idea of agriculture ever entered the mind of a Pygmy.
It was like a pygmy daring a giant, a tugboat challenging the Imperator.
Kirk, the old baseball player, looked like a pygmy beside him.