View definitions for narrow down
verb as in decrease
verb as in discriminate
Twitter has all kinds of interesting tricks to narrow down your search.
So are the debates beneficial in helping narrow down the GOP field?
Gawker tried to narrow down the options on Wednesday, tracing the feedback to its source—the first 15 people it started following.
But I expected you to narrow down the number of combinations possible by making a different sort of a fool of yourself every time.
We were never meant to narrow down to the circle of the home, in our thoughts at least.
Narrow down the passage to about eight inches, by driving a few old stakes on each side of the trap.
It's astonishing how one's desires eventually narrow down to bare essentials, isn't it?
We narrow down from these to hectic souls content with a few thoughts which serve as a basis for the hearts fervours.
On this page you'll find 116 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to narrow down, such as: abate, curb, curtail, cut down, decline, and depreciate.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.