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adjective. ['ˈnɛroʊd'] reduced in size as by squeezing together.
Rhymes with Narrowed
Sentences with narrowed
1. Verb, past participle
A second interview means the applicant pool has narrowed from many to few.
Quotes about narrowed
1. I understood that as much as I had resisted the outside, as much as I had constricted my life, as much as I had closed and narrowed the channels into me, there were still many takers for the quiet heart.
- Steve Martin, The Pleasure of My Company
2. You didn't have to come after me.""Yes, I did,"he said. "You're far too inexperienced to protect yourself in a hostile situation without me.""That's sweet. Maybe I'll forgive you.""Forgive me? Fro what?""Fro telling me to shut up."His eyes narrowed. "I did not... Well, I did, But you were-""Never mind.
- Cassandra Clare
3. His fingers skimmed down her body, over skin and satin, and she shivered, leaning into him, and she was sure they both tasted like blood and ashes and salt, but it didn't matter; the world, the city, and all it's lights and life seemed to have narrowed down to this, just her and Jace, the burning heart of a frozen world.
- Cassandra Clare, City of Fallen Angels
adjective. ['ˈnɛroʊd'] made narrow; limited in breadth.