Words nearby narrow gauge
Origin of narrow gauge
OTHER WORDS FROM narrow gaugenar·row-gauge; especially in technical use, nar·row-gage, adjectivenar·row-gauged; especially in technical use, nar·row-gaged, adjective
Definition for narrow gauge (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), gauged, gaug·ing.
Origin of gauge
OTHER WORDS FROM gauge
Examples from the Web for narrow gauge
The point of disaster was on a sharp curve where the narrow-gauge track bent like a strained bow around one of the rocky hills.The King of Arcadia|Francis Lynde
A narrow-gauge railroad runs twenty miles into the interior from Solitas.Cabbages and Kings|O. Henry
The concentration of narrow-gauge and medium-gauge lines seemed to be issuing in a complete fusion of their interests in 1913.The Argentine Republic|Pierre Denis
They recover their numbers fast enough, and the chances are that this "narrow-gauge mule" will be always with us.The Killer|Stewart Edward White
But I got there, going from Chehaw over a narrow-gauge road.