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Definition of: narrow

(narō) adjective
1. Having comparatively little distance from side to side.
2. Limited in extent or duration; circumscribed; small.
3. Illiberal; bigoted.
4. Limited in means or resources; straitened.
5. Niggardly; parsimonious.
6. Barely accomplished, attained, or sufficient: a narrow escape.
7. Scrutinizing closely.
8. Phonet. Tense. See synonyms under LITTLE, SCANTY, SMALL.
v.t. v.i. To make or become narrower, as in width or scope.

1. Usually plural A narrow passage; strait; also, the narrowest part of an isthmus or cape.
2. A narrow part of a street, or of a valley or pass.
—The Narrows

1. A strait connecting Upper New York Bay with Lower New York Bay between the western end of Long Island and Staten Island.
2. The narrowest part of the Dardanelles. [OE nearu]

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"narrow" has the frequency of use of 0.003% on en.wikipedia.org.

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