CSS FONT-STRETCH

The font-stretch property is used to expand or contract (condense) the horizontal width of the font. The change is relative to the normal width of the font as displayed by the browser. narrower: The narrower value contracts the font to the next smaller width. wider: The wider value expands the font to the next larger width. The order descends from narrowest to widest in value. The normal value is the normal width of the font as displayed by the browser.

Example
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h2 {
  font-stretch: ultra-condensed
}

Possible Values

normal: Sets the scale of condensation or expansion  to normal
wider: Sets the scale of expansion to the next expanded value
narrower: Sets the scale of condensation to the next condensed value
ultra-condensed, extra-condensed, condensed, semi-condensed, semi-expanded, expanded, extra-expanded, ultra-expanded: Sets the scale of condensation or expansion of the font-family. “ultra-condensed” is the most condensed (narrowest) value, and “ultra-expanded” is the most expanded (widest) value