How could he pick the Lilliputian city whose favorite place of worship is the Rocky statue at the foot of an art museum?
Men were at work everywhere, Lilliputian against the bulk of the hull they were contriving.
Thus are they doomed to destruction, by a Lilliputian race of Vandals.
To this were attached two or three Lilliputian paddocks, scarcely exceeding an English acre altogether.
So, too, the stock grazing in the fields were of Lilliputian dimensions.
A company of little ones, therefore, looked like an assemblage of Lilliputian merveilleuses and incroyables.
It was a deer; perfect and beautiful, but cast in a Lilliputian mould.
Page 530, "thousand liliputian" was changed to read "thousand Lilliputian."
The government of a family, bears a Lilliputian resemblance to the government of a nation.
Kemp, sailing down the aisle, like a Lilliputian drum major, tripped over Randy's foot.
"diminutive, tiny," literally "pertaining to Lilliput," the fabulous island whose inhabitants were six inches high, a name coined by Jonathan Swift in "Gulliver's Travels" (1726). Swift left no explanation of the origin of the word.