narrow vs broad vs wide
- define clearly
- become more focused on an area of activity or field of study
- become tight or as if tight
- make or become more narrow or restricted
- a narrow strait connecting two bodies of water
- not wide
- lacking tolerance or flexibility or breadth of view
- limited in size or scope
- very limited in degree
- characterized by painstaking care and detailed examination
And its world was a narrow swamp, a grey, nubiferous environment, where it lived its contented, active, idyllic, almost mindless existence.
Having had some narrow escapes the priest was eventually arrested as a recusant priest and was tried by revolutionary Court.
Its independence may encourage it to pursue a course of narrow self-interest rather than the public interest.
- having great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other
- broad in scope or content
- lacking subtlety; obvious
- being at a peak or culminating point
- showing or characterized by broad-mindedness
- slang term for a woman
As a young man he wrote words to popular folk airs and had them printed as broadsheets.
High-frequency waves broadcast by the radar bounce off a person, scanning the in-and-out movement of the chest and more subtle, but also detectable, motion of the heartbeat against the chest wall.
Lead commentators, Don Cherry and Ron MacLean broadcast from a remote area.