Definition for NAR'ROW

NAR'ROW, v.i.

  1. To become less broad; to contract in breadth. At that place, the sea narrows into a strait,
  2. In horsemanship, a horse is said to narrow, when he does not take ground enough, or bear out enough to the one hand or the other. Far. Dict.
  3. To contract the size of a stocking by taking two stitches into one.

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