Origin of narrow gauge
Related formsnar·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
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.