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Little Men

noun

  1. a novel (1871) by Louisa May Alcott.


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While big men know the needs for self-control and restraint—little men are sometimes moved more by fear and pride.

Bartlett repeatedly asked if anyone had ever seen the bodies of the “little men” supposedly being put into crates at Roswell.

Big and little men, like large and small dogs, have usually a sympathetic liking for each other.

The dwarf who had watched her came back again on his raven followed this time by a crowd of little men.

Doubtless, you are surprised I should take the trouble; but, I cannot tell, great men and little men think differently.

All the little men who witnessed this scene deluged their cross-bows with tears.

The little men were in despair, when a ray of the moon suddenly lit up the river beneath the walls.

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