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Tip: The narrower upper deck in coach is the better choice because its eight-seat rows cannot be extended.

As I noted in May, the Windsor opinion is actually much narrower than the cases that have followed in its midst.

The other trend perhaps has a narrower reach; it has to do with changes within journalism in the age of the Internet.

"We find that consumption inequality is much narrower than income inequality," Marthur said.

Their Big Twin, however, the A330, with a narrower cabin than the 777, has done extremely well.

I turned right into a narrow street, went along it about fifty yards, and paused where it was crossed by a still narrower alley.

As the ill-assorted pair advanced, the streets they traversed seemed to grow narrower and dirtier.

They soon reached a narrower part of the cave, with a screen of rough planks running across it.

He reserved, of course, a passageway to his own door, narrower or wider according to the circumstances.

The river gradually became narrower and more tortuous as we approached its head waters.

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On this page you'll find 117 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to narrower, such as: precise, limited, slim, definite, precarious, and slender.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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