Synonyms of dwarf in English:

dwarf


See definition of dwarf

noun

1‘the wizard captured the dwarf’

SYNONYMS
gnome, goblin, hobgoblin, troll, imp, elf, brownie, kelpie, leprechaun, fairy, pixie, sprite
ANTONYMS

giant

2

SYNONYMS
small person, little person, short person, person of restricted growth
offensive midget, pygmy
rare manikin, homunculus, Lilliputian

adjective

1‘the driveway was flanked by dwarf conifers’

SYNONYMS
miniature, small, little, tiny, minute, toy, pocket, diminutive, baby, pygmy, stunted, undersized, undersize, small-scale, scaled-down, fun-size
Scottish wee
North American vest-pocket
informal mini, teeny, teeny-weeny, teensy-weensy, itsy-bitsy, pint-sized, half-pint, sawn-off, knee-high to a grasshopper
British informal titchy, ickle, tiddly
North American informal little-bitty
ANTONYMS

giant


verb

1‘either of the two blocks would dwarf any existing building in Ireland’

SYNONYMS
dominate, tower above, tower over, loom over, overlook, overshadow, overtop

2‘her progress was dwarfed by the achievements of her sister’

SYNONYMS
overshadow, outshine, put in the shade, surpass, exceed, outclass, outstrip, outdo, top, cap, trump, transcend
shame, put to shame, diminish, minimize
archaic extinguish, outrival