[ US /ˈhɑbɪt/ ]
[ UK /hˈɒbɪt/ ]
  1. an imaginary being similar to a person but smaller and with hairy feet; invented by J.R.R. Tolkien
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How To Use hobbit In A Sentence

  • Aragorn, thinking that the hobbits are dead, kicks a discarded orc helmet and falls to his knees howling in anguish.
  • We were living in this outer realm, where hobbits existed and wars were fought between inhuman creatures.
  • Tolkien's guidance on the subject of hobbit skin tone is unclear, though according to The Complete Guide to Middle-earth he did specify that Harfoots, the most common type of hobbit, were "browner" than other groups. Extra claims she was rejected for Hobbit role for looking 'too brown'
  • Talks between New Zealand's prime minister and Hollywood executives over the future of the Hobbit films ended in deadlock earlier today. No end in sight for New Zealand's Hobbit saga
  • Played upon the euphonium (a perfect choice for the high baritone Hobbit, I think) it is simple, gay and carefree.
  • But The Hobbit is already a journey narrative. The Times Literary Supplement
  • It touches us in that part of of our minds where we fill the aching gap between us and the rest of nature with dwarfs and giants, elves and hobbits.
  • It resembles a hobbit hole, with a round door and oversized furniture. Times, Sunday Times
  • Here's one: It's late summer in New Zealand--that means fleecy lambs frolicking in green grass, warm starry nights in the mountains, close encounters with dolphins, verdant hobbit habitats perfect for hiking... Sick Of Winter? It's Summer In New Zealand...
  • Most readers will be aware that "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" began its life as a tale invented to amuse the three Liddell girls during a boat trip, but it may come as a revelation—or not, depending on your taste—to hear that J.R.R. Tolkien had to force-feed his children nightly installments of "The Hobbit. Writers at Work, Seeking a Spark
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