narrowed : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make or become more narrow or restricted
The selection was narrowed
The road narrowed
- v define clearly
- v become more focus on an area of activity or field of study
- v become tight or as if tight
- s reduced in size as by squeezing together
his narrowed eyes
- s made narrow; limited in breadth
narrowed arteries impair blood circulation
a narrowed view of the world
- In Pennsylvania, where Obama had a 12-point lead in the Real Clear Politics poll average as recently as June, the Republican senator has narrowed the gap to within one point of the .
- The second survey this month from Rasmussen of the New Jersey gubernatorial race shows that Chris Christie's (R) lead has narrowed slightly, reflecting a wave of unfavorable .
- Cassidy and the Kid were two gen-u-wine outlaws whose future narrowed along with the Frontier.
- Daniel in Jerusalem Post
We feel already in the little over a month that these talks have been going on, the gaps have narrowed, and we believe there are opportunities to further narrow those gaps to allow the sides to take that next step to the direct talks,said Dan...
- Alex Vieux in MarketWatch (press release)
Choosing the companies with the strongest potential was by no means a small feat,said Alex Vieux, publisher and CEO of Red Herring. "After rigorous contemplation and discussion, we narrowed our list down from hundreds of candidates from...
- Levi Leipheimer in USA Today
Lance was involved in a huge crash as the road narrowed and became very rough,Leipheimer wrote. "He wasn't far from the front, as he was riding top 10 all day."