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  • s  used of small deformed creatures

  • Pacino emphasizes Shylock's gnomish outsider status: the victim as hero.
  • He is smaller, more gnomish, but still recognizably the wizard of Waukesha, the garage mechanic's son who revolutionized the way music was played and recorded.
  • No longer will it be necessary for admirers of this eminent painter's queer, gnarled and gnomish trees and ladies in old-fashioned caps and flounces, to seek his work in the .

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