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Definition of "narrowing" []

  • Present participle of narrow. (verb)
  • The part of a stocking that is narrowed. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "narrowing" in a sentence
  • "And in any case the narrowing is pretty slight, if speech within 1000 feet of the funeral qualifies as physical proximity."
  • "I always follow the map and, having kicked myself for failing to direct us off onto smaller roads at a previous junction, noted a thin white line of track that bypassed what I assumed was the problem – the road narrowing from a dual to a single carriageway quite three miles up ahead."
  • "If there's been government intervention from time to time to blunt the effects of historic discrimination, how come it hasn't succeeded in narrowing the gaps in American life much more than we've seen so far?"