vertically challenged


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ver′tically chal′lenged


adj.
(used as a euphemism) short in stature.
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A vertically challenged, high-camp European leader faces economic disaster and general chaos at home.
The Seven Dwarfs (thank heavens it's not a PC panto calling them Seven vertically challenged people) lend much to the comedic element, while the two teams of dancers excel in the Elgin Single Event: Snow White By: Huddersfield Light Opera Company Venue: Lawrence Batley Theatre Review: David Lockwood Rating: ?
It shows Shah Rukh essaying a vertically challenged man, dancing away at a party.
Talking about the movie, the King Khan noted, "The protagonist is vertically challenged and that is quite a difficult task to pull off.
On the work front, the actor is currently shooting for filmmaker Aanand L Rai's untitled film where he plays a vertically challenged man.
I'm vertically challenged, at a little over 5 feet tall, and I decided the most convenient way to set up my four rain barrels would be to sink them into the ground.
The top seeded Espinoza, vertically challenged at 5-foot-8 like Alora in a weight class teeming with 6-footers, later lost the gold-medal match to an elongated Zheng Shuyin of China, 5-1, in the evening finals.
In fact the more vertically challenged you are, the greater are your chances of having a dicky heart, according to the findings.
Previously, Wozniacki had a dig at McIlroy when she took to the social media saying how good it was to wear high heels again, which is an obvious dig at the vertically challenged golfer.
Dany is a great beauty with high ideals - but she is, let us say, vertically challenged.
Since both Mike - who helps out in the garden - and I are vertically challenged, it's Tom, who is 6ft 3in, who has to hammer in the poles and tie them at the top.
Before vertically challenged readers complain, I should point out he was mocking prejudice.