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Use "pint-sized" in a sentence
"I realise the Mirror is trying to persuade us that the man it is calling a "pint-sized millionaire buffoon" was tossing away top secret state papers that will hugely embarrass David Cameron's government - a kind of bin man's version of WikiLeaks which weren't quite as earth-shattering as we were told, either."
"You've been described as a 'pint-sized pop star' but in the UK you're not old enough to have a pint unless we take you out for a meal, too."
"One large coffee with two sugars, two espresso shots and a large cafe Mocha from the Chava Cafe was consumed and yet I still couldn't match the energy level the pint-sized Mendoza was at."