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Adjective
Of small width in relation to length
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“He manages to wedge the phone in between two fingers and attempts to lift it out of the narrow space.”
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Limited in extent, amount, or scope
“Pundits say that the offering is, within its narrow scope, useful and likely to improve and expand quickly.”
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Precise or strict in meaning
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“In most cases, such judgment starts from a rather narrow definition of culture.”
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Denoting or relating to a contest that is won or lost by only a very small margin
“The team emerged victorious with a narrow four-point victory against their archrivals.”
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Not open to the views or opinions of others
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“He had, what many considered to be, a narrow view of family life.”
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Parsimonious or stingy in nature
“She sees that the almshouses, prisons, and the hospitals for the sick and maimed, are the ostentation of a narrow charity that dies at its first gasp.”
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(of a body part) Low in body fat or mass
“She drew beautiful bodies with elegant necks, narrow waists, and long legs.”
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Of or pertaining to the Puritans, or to their doctrines and practice
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Of or related to a clan
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Terminating in a point or edge
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Lean, thin, and having little flesh
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(of something abstract) Perceived only with attention to detail or subtlety
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Of or pertaining to prescribing or enjoining, especially an action or behavior based on a norm or standard
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Carried
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Adhering excessively to law
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Exclusive
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Technical or literal
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(of objects or things) Of a size that is less than normal
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Verb
To become or make less wide
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“Decongestants cause the blood vessels in the nose to narrow, which reduces the volume of blood reaching the nose lining.”
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Become or make smaller in size or amount
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To imprison, confine or incarcerate someone
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To remove or alter parts considered offensive or unseemly
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