1. Dwarfed In English, many past and present participles of verbs can be used as adjectives
2. In addition, even as the coronavirus pandemic had Dwarfed most other concerns, climate change emerged as a front-burner issue during the Democratic presidential primaries, in ways difficult to fathom only a few years ago.
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3. 2 synonyms of Dwarfed from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 18 related words, definitions, and antonyms
4. Dwarfed: to hold back the normal growth of.
5. In both Norway and Sweden, whose economies are literally Dwarfed by the size of our affluence and the extent of our technology, they have no unemployment and no slums, there, men, women and children have long enjoyed free medical care and quality education
6. Synonyms for Dwarfed include dominated, stunted, overlooked, overshadowed, suppressed, checked, lowered, overtopped, retarded and towered above
7. What is the definition of Dwarfed? What is the meaning of Dwarfed? How do you use Dwarfed in a sentence? What are synonyms for Dwarfed?
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8. Viewed on its Dwarfed and grotesque side, this was that grand and universal thing, the adoration of mind by matter; for certain ugly features have a cause in the very depths of eternal beauty
9. The rise of Hitler’s Germany was poisoned from the very beginning: Hitler’s positive goals were Dwarfed by the huge negative dynamics of the culture
10. Dwarfed 'Dwarfed' is a 7 letter word starting and ending with D Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Dwarfed We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Dwarfed will help you to finish your crossword today
11. What does Dwarfed mean? Simple past tense and past participle of dwarf
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13. Synonyms for Dwarfed in Free Thesaurus
14. See 8 authoritative translations of Dwarfed in Spanish with conjugations and audio pronunciations.
15. ‘They would be Dwarfed by the resort-style building which could emerge in the city centre.’ ‘If given the go-ahead, either of the two blocks would dwarf any existing building in Ireland.’ ‘The consumption of the previous evening, prodigious by any standards, was exceeded nay, Dwarfed by that which was to follow.’
16. The berried shrubs of rock and wood, however Dwarfed in stature, are true builders
17. The turbary cattle appear to have been a small variety of the Bos namadicus, somewhat Dwarfed by drought and hardship
18. Several times he climbed the only climbable place on the overhanging rock and peeped between the branches of a Dwarfed cedar bush.
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21. All are Dwarfed, however, by China's massive official reserves, which by mid-2008 exceeded US$1.8 trillion
22. As with animals, plants can be Dwarfed through genetic engineering and selective breeding, but can also undergo natural, morphological changes to acclimatize to environmental stresses such as soil quality, light, drought, flood, cold, infection, and herbivory resulting in a Dwarfed stature
23. Plants Dwarfed due to environmental stress are said to be "stunted."
24. Dwarf definition: If one person or thing is Dwarfed by another, the second is so much bigger than the first Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
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25. Grand Central May Be Dwarfed By Midtown's Tallest Skyscraper - Midtown-Hell's Kitchen, NY - Plans were unveiled this week for the 1,600 …
26. What is the opposite of Dwarfed? Antonyms for Dwarfed (opposite of Dwarfed).
27. Dwarfed By Nature: Photos Of The Day
28. Nick Hewitt tells the story of an operation that Dwarfed the Allied evacuation from France in 1940, both in scale – and loss of life
29. Translations Translations for Dwarfed Dwarfed Would you like to know how to translate Dwarfed to other languages? This page provides all possible translations of the word Dwarfed in almost any language.
30. It Dwarfed the anger of the crowd.; Here they are only Dwarfed by grander peaks.; Suddenly a new sensation Dwarfed that of the donkeys.; Separate objects are Dwarfed in the long vista.; Dwarfs in any species tend to have Dwarfed root systems.; But his gravest attention was devoted to the one that Dwarfed all the others.; The Dwarfed and distorted antler hung down like a plough-share.
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31. The old houses were Dwarfed by the huge new tower blocks
32. John Kasich (R) argued Friday that concerns among GOP voters about new abortion protections in a hypothetical Biden administration are "Dwarfed…
33. Dwarfed fruit tree 矮化果树 Dwarfed enamel 薄釉质 ; 翻译 Dwarfed type 矮化 the discovery of a Dwarfed 矮个的 Dwarfed castor variety 矮化蓖麻品种 A yellow Dwarfed cycle 灯的进化
34. Dwarfed eucalypts fringe the tree-limit on Mount Kosciusco, and the soakages in the parched interior are indicated by a line of the same trees, stunted and straggling
35. How to use Dwarfed in a sentence is shown in this page
36. These free-blooming shrubs are Dwarfed to fit into smaller spaces
37. Dwarfed (3 Occurrences) Leviticus 21:18 for no man in whom 'is' blemish doth draw near -- a man blind, or lame or Dwarfed, or enlarged, (YLT) Leviticus 21:20 or crook-backed, or a dwarf, or that hath his eye overspread, or is scabbed, or scurvy, or hath his stones crushed;
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38. The size of these artificially Dwarfed plants range from 4 inches to 60 inches in height, with prices ranging from $10 to more than $10,000
39. The median price of an artificially Dwarfed plant is close to $100, and its value increases with age, regardless of size.
40. Arnold Schwarzenegger getting Dwarfed by Wilt Chamberlain and Andre the Giant, 1983
"Dwarf" refers to a person with one of several varieties of a specific genetic condition called dwarfism. A dwarf has disproportion of body parts. This is generally caused by a genetic or nutritional disability. Any adult human below the height of 4'10" (147 cm) is considered a dwarf.
Medical Definition of dwarf (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : a person of unusually small stature especially : a person whose height does not exceed 4 feet 10 inches (1.47 meters) and is typically less than 4 feet 5 inches (1.35 meters)
noun, plural dwarfs, dwarves. a person of abnormally small stature owing to a pathological condition, especially one suffering from cretinism or some other disease that produces disproportion or deformation of features and limbs.