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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of narrow.
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- adj. reduced in size as if by being squeezed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. reduced in size as by squeezing together
- adj. made narrow; limited in breadth
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He lifted his head and his expression narrowed as he looked at her.
Only very slowly was the term narrowed down to what we today call “imaginative literature,” and imaginative, fictive prose.
Blackstone reported a loss of $44.4 million, or 12 cents a unit, narrowed from a year-earlier loss of $176 million.
Overall, Mattel 's gross margin narrowed slightly, but lower costs, less interest expense and a lower provision for income taxes caused its net margin to jump.
Operating margin narrowed to 7.8% from 9.9% amid the charge.
For the fourth quarter, the company now expects adjusted per-share earnings between 90 cents and 95 cents, narrowed from a previous view of 90 cents to $1.
Operating margin narrowed to 15.4% from 17.4% amid the charges and gains.
Operating margin narrowed to 27.1% from 27.5% amid a 18% jump in domestic supply-chain costs.
Her large eyes at times grew larger and wilder, and again narrowed in enticement and wickedness.
Georgia's win narrowed the all-time series between the two schools at 53-51-8 in the Deep South's oldest rivalry that began in 1892.