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noun as in a physical restriction

noun as in a mental restriction

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If there is a flaw to be found here it is only one of narrowness; all of these narrators are American men and most are Marines.

I realized that the very narrowness of my complaints was backhanded evidence of the enormous amount that the film gets right.

I particularly dislike the narrowness of his views, and the persistence with which he upholds them.

The narrowness of the Isthmus naturally suggested the cutting of a waterway through it.

But he has a certain amount of narrowness in his mental vision, and, like the bulk of parsons, can see his own way best.

And if it really mattered nothing, why did he trouble to serve the narrowness and passion of his side?

The first is the character and narrowness of the foundation on which rested their legislation and government.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to narrowness, such as: barrier, confinement, impediment, restriction, slimness, and thinness.

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