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Synonyms for narrow

Synonyms for narrow

affording little room for movement

not broad or elevated in scope or understanding

having the restricted outlook often characteristic of geographic isolation

to make smaller or narrower

Synonyms for narrow

a narrow strait connecting two bodies of water

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make or become more narrow or restricted

become more focus on an area of activity or field of study

become tight or as if tight

not wide

limited in size or scope

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lacking tolerance or flexibility or breadth of view

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very limited in degree


characterized by painstaking care and detailed examination


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Having proven to several Tier One Suppliers the Bend Sensors ability to accurately identify a human leg and trigger a safety response within milliseconds, we are now narrowing down the specific requirements for a second round of testing," stated Flexpoint's CEO Clark Mower.
Narrowing down the competition to a selection of 43 artistic, engaging and eclectic billboards, the 2004 Sunset Strip/Times Square Billboard Awards Judging Committee recently announced the finalists for the Fifth Annual Sunset Strip/Times Square Billboard Awards.
America votes weekly for their favorite performers, eventually narrowing down the competition to two finalists who compete for a major recording contract and the "American Idol" title.
For that reason, we are taking a different approach and focusing instead on where the majority of the time is spent -- collecting symptoms and narrowing down the problem domain.
A unique user interface and the "Create Your Own Search" feature make narrowing down your choices a breeze.
Using "ImagePump's" unique magnifying glass, online shoppers can magnify individual portions of the image, such as narrowing down to the stitching detail of a shirt or the brush stroke of a painting.