dwarf in a sentence

I was dwarfed by his gigantic frame.

Researchers have just isolated the gene which they believe is responsible for dwarfism.

There is a proverb in Luxembourg which states that words are dwarfs, but examples are giants.

In the original fairy tale “Snow White and the Seven dwarfs,” the wicked queen was condemned to dance in red-hot iron shoes until she died.

When Disney began working on the film “Snow White and the Seven dwarfs,” some of the dwarfs’ names which were considered, and then discarded, included Scrappy, Doleful, Crabby, Wistful, Dumpy, Soulful, Tearful, Snappy, Helpful, Gaspy, Gloom
Chinese manufacturers’ debts are increasingly dwarfing their profits.

And then Pluto is in this new class of planets, the ice dwarf planets.

Scientists expect to eventually confirm many, many more dwarf planets.

The crew members on the aft deck are dwarfed by the size of the iceberg.

Their numbers are dwarfed by foreign jihadist recruits to the other side.

There’s a handful of people who say dwarfs don’t look like we expect, he said.

And NASA has said there may be many more dwarf planets that we haven’t found yet.

Original article on Space.com. Pluto Quiz: How Well Do You Know the dwarf Planet?

From a distance of about 90,000 miles (145,000 kilometers) from the dwarf planet.

It would also dwarf Anthem Inc’s purchase of WellPoint in 2004 for $16.6 billion.

The 12g fish is dwarfed by Anya’s biggest catch – a 14lb carp – the Times reports.

Stanley may be dwarfed by his ears but he more than makes up for it in personality.

The treasures that have been uncovered up to now are dwarfed by those still untapped.