Cramped [adjective]

Definition of Cramped:

congested, overcrowded

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Sentence/Example of Cramped:

I’m glad to at least see some recognition that these workers are on the front lines of this pandemic in so many ways, interacting with customers in person, waiting on people without masks, working in cramped kitchens.

It’s cramped, and she fears her children aren’t getting the individualized attention in remote learning they need.

They may also get a boost in durability because none of the delicate electronic bits need to be crammed inside of a cramped ear canal.

They faced language barriers, health disparities and a work environment that forced them into cramped spaces.

It’s been tough, she says, particularly on her eighth-grader, who is learning to navigate virtual school from their cramped apartment.

Again and again, with the raw elements of this cramped life, Gallen manages to evoke in us a wave of complex feelings.

It’s easier to do the high-stakes matching of patterns in the privacy of your own home than in a cramped space with people waiting on the other side of the curtain.

At first, the environmental and clean energy negotiators tried to meet with Dominion representatives in the cramped state legislative building, even in the room designated for news conferences.

All of that screen real estate can be a big sacrifice to workers that might be already be dealing with more cramped workspaces than they’re used to in the office.

That’s comparable to Mercedes’ Smart Fortwo, and ideal for squeezing into cramped parking spots on bustling city streets.