more limited[ lim-i-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF more limited
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One's capacity for that kind of folly is more limited than you would suppose.
The slower-witted country girl had a more limited vocabulary.
The more minutely accurate it is, the more limited it must be in its field.
My own experience so far, is in favor of more limited applications, say 100 to 200 lbs.
But even at his best, Wyant's appeal is more limited than Inness's.
The range or habitat of the tiger is more limited than that of the lion.
Its rôle can be studied under a simpler and more limited form.
One may give “Keats” or “Shelley” because they are more limited in quantity.
In the more limited sense, how does a name differ from an appellation?
In that more limited sphere he may accept Ricardo's postulates.