more contracted[ kuh n-trak-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF more contracted
Synonyms for more contracted
- cut off
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE CONTRACTED
There was a remarkable darkness of colour on it, and the brow was more contracted.
On the other hand, the sympathies of society were more contracted than they are at present.
We had now reached the mountain chain, which rose bold and steep on both sides, and at every step became more and more contracted.
The same wall is more contracted and higher if treated in arrow-point forms of design.
The circle of intellectual development of that group is more contracted than that of either of the two others.
All other thinkers have "minds of a less comprehensive capacity," "accustomed to reason on more contracted views."
The area of undisturbed seas became more and more contracted in proportion as the memory of past defeats faded away.
In the meanwhile the married people, by proceeding on a more contracted scale, were soon under comfortable shelter.
More contracted cross and diamond-shaped tetrads; linin bands shown in 60, where element x is also present.
I see with grief our hunting grounds invaded by the white men, and daily growing more and more contracted.