narrow-mouthed love


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  • adj. having a narrow mouth


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  • We were badly frightened, for here was no narrow-mouthed cave for refuge.


  • I learned the advantage of the narrow-mouthed caves.


  • The problem with the narrow-mouthed glass bottle is that, in order for ketchup to flow out of it, air must flow in.

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  • Thanks to Robert Allgeyer, whose definitive paper on the topic can be found online, I can offer you sage scientific advice regarding the best way to get ketchup from a traditional glass narrow-mouthed bottle.

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  • She found him three houses down the street, leaning against the wall at the entrance of a narrow-mouthed alley between two adjacent houses.

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  • When they came out of their narrow-mouthed harbors, the Greeks rowed first in single file and then deployed in line abreast.

    The Battle of Salamis

  • Liquor bottles were usually narrow-mouthed, and their color, shape, and size depended on the way in which they were manufactured and packaged.

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  • He sipped something from a tall, narrow-mouthed vessel.

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  • Use narrow-mouthed beakers, jars or bottles whenever possible.

    Chapter 5

  • And while he gave unto every one of his pupils a narrow-mouthed vessel (for fetching water) in order that much time may be spent in filling them, he gave unto his own son Aswatthaman a broad-mouthed vessel, so that, filling it quickly, he might return soon enough.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1 Books 1, 2 and 3


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