What is the opposite of wide?

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Adjective
Opposite of having a great width
“He would lose his pursuers through a narrow lane.”
Adjective
Opposite of the full extent of something that is open
“The lawyer had a closed mouth policy when dealing with reporters about his client's case.”
Adjective
Opposite of having a large scope or range
more ❯
“Decision-making is so much easier when you only have a limited set of choices to choose from.”
Adjective
Opposite of to an overwhelming, or broad extent
“He was fortunate that the negative impact of his actions was localized within the community.”
Adjective
Opposite of loose fitted
“I can imagine you in tight pants, but I'm also imagining how much you'd be grimacing.”
Adjective
Opposite of at a distance from an intended target
“He shot the ball under duress, but was accurate enough to drop it into the basket.”
Adjective
Opposite of encompassing a large number or wide scope
“The children were malnourished and clearly had limited awareness of the world around them.”
Adjective
Opposite of wide in range or effect
Adjective
(of space) Opposite of unenclosed or not built-up
“Smoking in any enclosed public area is banned within this section.”
Adjective
Opposite of made larger; enlarged
Adjective
Opposite of held by, or applicable to, a majority of the people in an area or country
“It may be an unpopular opinion, but I think that summer is by far the worst season of the four.”
Adjective
Opposite of as measured in width
“We have no need for a ruler that is more than one meter in length.”
Adjective
Opposite of prevalent or widespread among a given class or area
“Since dance is an evolving art form, most likes and dislikes are matters of personal opinion.”
Adjective
Opposite of off the path or right direction
Adjective
Opposite of of unknown depth
Adjective
Opposite of having a shape that (increasingly) spreads out
Adjective
Opposite of having a broad level surface but little height or depth
“The outhouse had a large hole that she could fall into, that was rather deep.”
Adverb
Opposite of as far as can go
“Due to soreness, he was only able to move his shoulders partially.”
Adverb
Opposite of well off from the mark, or far from the intended target
“Since his first set, he has been able to hit winners accurately and consistently.”
Adverb
Opposite of over a great distance or large area
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