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adjective


(1)   Lacking tolerance or flexibility or breadth of view
"A brilliant but narrow-minded judge"
"Narrow opinions"
(2)   Characterized by painstaking care and detailed examination
"A minute inspection of the grounds"
"A narrow scrutiny"
"An exact and minute report"
(3)   Limited in size or scope
"The narrow sense of a word"
(4)   Not wide
"A narrow bridge"
"A narrow line across the page"
(5)   Very limited in degree
"Won by a narrow margin"
"A narrow escape"

noun


(6)   A narrow strait connecting two bodies of water

verb


(7)   Become tight or as if tight
"Her throat constricted"
(8)   Make or become more narrow or restricted
"The selection was narrowed"
"The road narrowed"
(9)   Become more special
"We specialize in dried flowers"
(10)   Define clearly
"I cannot narrow down the rules for this game"
Wiktonary



Adjective



  1. having a small width; not wide; slim; slender; having opposite edges or sides that are close, especially by comparison to length or depth.
    a narrow hallway
  2. Restrictive; without flexibility or latitude.
    a narrow interpretation

Verb



  1. To reduce in width or extent; to contract.
  2. To get narrower.
    The road narrows.