narrowly || in a sentence

He narrowly escaped death.

He narrowly escaped the disaster.

He narrowly escaped being run over.

The soldiers narrowly escaped death.

I narrowly escaped being run over by a car.

The budget was narrowly approved by Congress.

I narrowly escaped being run over by a truck.

The federal budget was narrowly approved by Congress.

He narrowly escaped from the bus when it caught fire.

The cyclist was racing recklessly along the sidewalk, narrowly missing pedestrians.

The old man narrowly missed being killed when a car almost hit him as he was crossing the street.

Cicero once suggested that the greatest pleasures are only narrowly separated from disgust.

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The fireman narrowly escaped death when the building collapsed, trapping him beneath a wall of burning rubble.

Germany won the vote by 12 votes to 11, narrowly ahead of South Africa.

Palestine qualified for the next round before narrowly losing to Thailand.

It narrowly missed entering the German parliament in 2013 general election.

The euroskeptic AfD also narrowly made it into a fifth regional parliament.

They narrowly escaped, and the planet was placed off limits by the Federation.

In metals trading, precious and industrial metals futures ended narrowly mixed.

Stocks traded narrowly mixed on Tuesday and struggled to hold onto slight gains.

Green clapped his hands in jubilation after narrowly escaping a prison sentence.

The law focuses narrowly on “intractable epilepsy” and didn’t apply to Mackenzie.

The agreement is narrowly focused on solving one problem: the Iranian nuclear bomb.

Perhaps all the more potent in that it is wide-ranging, rather than narrowly driven.

In case the offensive operations will resume, they have narrowly defined objectives.