narrow

All Adjective
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  • The complete narrow-body fleet has been replaced by next-generation aircraft.
  • The fight took place at and below in a narrow valley.
  • After that he drew back again into the narrow side-streets. Cited from Pelle the Conqueror, by Martin Anderson Nexo
  • Software is also sometimes used in a more narrow sense, meaning application software only.
  • The Bank also had a narrow escape of a different nature.
  • The word software is also sometimes used in a more narrow sense, meaning application software only.
  • Much of the old town has kept a medieval appearance with old buildings and narrow streets.
  • If the rings are narrow, more of them are required than where they are wide.
  • Some of these important native trails were in many places as narrow as two feet.
  • Features of these streets include the original colonial buildings and narrow roads.
  • Within the old town there are many narrow winding streets full of historic buildings.
  • He was ambitious and saw that the small community was too narrow a field for him.
  • At its narrowest, the channel between the two islands is less than wide.
  • The main streets are narrow, and often one-way.
  • Between the narrow buttresses, the walls could be opened up into large windows.
  • The narrowest group organized according to father-right consists of the father and his children. Cited from Child in Folk-Thought, by Alexander F. Chamberlain
  • They were in such a narrow passage way that Fred could not rise. Cited from The Cave in the Mountain, by Lieut. R. H. Jayne
  • Some streets in the city are very narrow with little room for cars to pass, although many streets are wide.
  • A third-person shot of the two characters could be used to show the narrowing distance between them.
  • The south-eastern rivers are much narrower and may dry up in summer.
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Meaning of narrow

  • noun A narrow strait connecting two bodies of water
  • verb Make or become more narrow or restricted
    The selection was narrowed, The road narrowed
  • adjective Not wide
    a narrow bridge, a narrow line across the page
  • adjective Very limited in degree
    won by a narrow margin, a narrow escape