pygmy

[ pig-mee ]

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 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.

The forest is the home of the Pygmy, as in all probability it was of the man-ape.

It was like a pygmy daring a giant, a tugboat challenging the Imperator.

Kirk, the old baseball player, looked like a pygmy beside him.

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