dwarfed, low, diminutive; see little 1.
midget, pygmy, Lilliputian, gnome; see fairy, midget.
To keep small
stunt, retard, hinder, arrest; see restrain 1.
To cause to appear small
minimize, overshadow, dominate, predominate over, tower over, detract from, belittle, rise over or above, look down upon.
Antonyms intensify*, magnify, enhance.
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