Antonyms for more widespread

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It is possible that in ancient times this belief was more widespread than it is now.

Never has war been more powerful, more brutal, more widespread.

Luminescence is more widespread in this phylum and more characteristic of the group as a whole than any other.

The knowledge of geography is not more widespread than the knowledge of history among these same boys.

In the forwarding of his ambition for greater territory and more widespread authority, he had roused the enmity of Lorrainers.

There is positive need of more widespread knowledge of the principles of cookery.

Nothing is more widespread than this belief in the supernatural virtue of singing, of the cadenced and modulated word.

Educational opportunities such as in grammar schools were more widespread and stronger than ever before or since until the 1800s.

The more these wants are stimulated and multiplied the more widespread will be the inducement to hire.

In the first statement lies the reason why natural science is attracting more and more widespread attention.