The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
Dwarf \Dwarf\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Dwarfed; p. pr. & vb. n.
To hinder from growing to the natural size; to make or keep
small; to stunt. --Addison.
Even the most common moral ideas and affections . . .
would be stunted and dwarfed, if cut off from a
spiritual background. --J. C.
Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0:
99 Moby Thesaurus words for "dwarfed":
Lenten, Lilliputian, Spartan, Tom Thumb, abstemious, ascetic,
austere, bandy, bandy-legged, blemished, bloated, bowlegged,
club-footed, defaced, deformed, disfigured, dumpy, dwarf, dwarfish,
elfin, exiguous, flatfooted, frugal, grotesque, ill-made,
ill-proportioned, ill-shaped, impoverished, incipient, jejune,
knock-kneed, lean, limited, malformed, marred, meager, mean,
midget, misbegotten, miserly, misproportioned, misshapen,
monstrous, mutilated, nanoid, narrow, niggardly, out of shape,
paltry, parsimonious, pigeon-toed, poor, pug-nosed, puny, pygmy,
rachitic, rickety, rudimental, rudimentary, runty, scant, scanty,
scraggy, scrawny, scrimp, scrimpy, scrubby, shriveled, shrunk,
shrunken, simous, skimp, skimpy, slender, slight, slim, small,
snub-nosed, spare, sparing, squat, starvation, stingy, stinted,
straitened, stumpy, stunted, subsistence, swaybacked, talipedic,
thin, truncated, undersize, undersized, unnourishing, unnutritious,
watered, watery, wizened