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 for short
From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  437 Moby Thesaurus words for "short":
     3-D, Bermuda shorts, Cinemascope, Cinerama, Spartan, Technicolor,
     Western, aback, abbreviate, abbreviated, abridged, abrupt,
     abruptly, adulterated, aggressive, all in all, amount, amplify,
     animated cartoon, apart from, aposiopestic, arrested, badly off,
     bankrupt in, bare of, barring, bear, bear account, bearish,
     beastly, before, bereft of, black-and-white film, blemished, bluff,
     blunt, brash, break, break in on, brief, briefly, brisk,
     broken circuit, brusque, burden, butt in, callow, cartoon,
     cavalier, charge, chiller, chunky, churlish, cinema, circuit,
     circuital field, clipped, close, close-tongued, closed circuit,
     closemouthed, color film, cometary, compact, compendious,
     complete circuit, compressed, concise, condensed, contracted, core,
     couchant, cramped, creepie, crisp, crouched, crusty, cursory, curt,
     curtail, curtailed, curtal, curtate, cut, cut off, cut short,
     damaged, dead circuit, debased, decreased, decurtate, defective,
     deficient, denuded of, depressed, deprived of, depthless,
     destitute of, devoid of, diminished, diminutive, dinky, direct,
     discourteous, distressed, docked, documentary, documentary film,
     down to bedrock, dumb, dumpy, dwarfish, economical of words,
     educational film, electrify, elfin, elliptic, embarrassed,
     embryonic, empty of, energize, epigrammatic, erroneous, except for,
     excepting, excluding, exclusive of, exiguous, fail, failing,
     fallible, faulty, feature, feeling the pinch, few, film, flashing,
     flat, fleet, flick, flicker, flickering, footling, for want of,
     forlorn of, forthwith, found wanting, galvanic circuit, galvanize,
     generate, gist, gnomic, gruff, half-pint, hard up, harsh, hastily,
     horror picture, horse opera, hot circuit, hot pants, hurriedly,
     hypoplastic, ill off, immature, impaired, impecunious, imperfect,
     impolite, imprecise, impure, in Queer Street, in a nutshell,
     in arrear, in arrears, in default, in default of,
     in narrow circumstances, in reduced circumstances, in short,
     in short supply, in straitened circumstances, in want of,
     inaccurate, inadequate, incomplete, inconsequential,
     inconsiderable, inconsiderate, indisposed to talk, inexact, infant,
     inferior, insignificant, instantaneous, instantly, insufficient,
     interrupt, irascible, knee-high, knocked flat, lacking, laconic,
     laid low, land-poor, lateral circuit, leaving out, leg, lessened,
     limited, little, live circuit, loop, loop in, low, low-built,
     low-hung, low-level, low-leveled, low-lying, low-set, low-statured,
     magnetic circuit, makeshift, meager, meat, mediocre, meteoric,
     microcircuit, midget, miniature, minus, minuscule, missing, mixed,
     momentary, motion picture, motion-picture show, movie,
     moving picture, multiple circuit, multiple series, mum, mute,
     narrow, neap, needing, negligible, newsreel, no great shakes,
     not perfect, nudie, off, offhand, on the edge, one-horse, out of,
     out of pocket, part, partial, patchy, path, penniless,
     peremptorily, petite, petty, photodrama, photoplay, picayune,
     picayunish, picture, picture show, piddling, pinched, pindling,
     pint-sized, pith, pithy, plug in, pocket, pointed, poky, poor,
     poorly off, pornographic film, precluding, preview,
     printed circuit, prone, pruned, puny, purport, quick, quiet, rare,
     recumbent, reduced, reserved, rough, runty, scant, scant of,
     scanty, scarce, scrappy, scrimpy, sententious, series multiple,
     setting aside, severe, shallow, sharp, shock, short account,
     short and sweet, short circuit, short interest, short of,
     short of funds, short of money, short seller, short side,
     short-circuit, short-lived, short-term, short-termed, shorten,
     shortened, shorts, shy, shy of, silent, silent film, sketchy,
     skimp, skimpy, skin flick, skin-deep, slender, slight, small,
     smallish, snappish, sneak preview, snippety, snippy, snug,
     spaghetti Western, sparing of words, sparse, speechless, speedy,
     squat, squatty, squeezed, step down, step up, stiffen, stint,
     stooped, stop, straight, straightforward, straitened, strapped,
     stubby, stumpy, stunted, succinct, sudden, suddenly, summary,
     superficial, supine, surly, swift, switch off, switch on,
     synopsized, synoptic, taciturn, talkie, talking picture, temporary,
     terminate, terse, testy, thick, thickset, thriller, thrust, tight,
     tight-lipped, tiny, to the point, tongue-tied, trailer, transient,
     transitory, trifling, trim, trivial, truculent, truncated,
     turn off, turn on, two-by-four, unanticipatedly, unaware,
     unblessed with, uncivil, underdeveloped, underground film,
     undeveloped, unelevated, uneven, unexpectedly, unfinished,
     ungracious, unloquacious, unmoneyed, unperfected, unpossessed of,
     unprosperous, unreached, unsound, untalkative, unthorough, upshot,
     vector field, vest-pocket, void of, wanting, wee, without warning,
     word-bound, wordless
  
  

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