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Synonyms for crowd

Synonyms for crowd

an enormous number of persons gathered together

a group of people sharing an interest, activity, or achievement

a particular social group

a very large number of things grouped together

to congregate, as around a person

to act on with a steady pushing force

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to fill to excess by compressing or squeezing tightly

Synonyms for crowd

a large number of things or people considered together

an informal body of friends

cause to herd, drive, or crowd together

Synonyms

fill or occupy to the point of overflowing

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approach a certain age or speed

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CCTV shows they went straight over to the gaming machine and crowded round it and Storr was seen bending down at the back of the machine.
Head teacher Graham Pemberton said: "It's already been a big hit with the children, who are crowded round it at playtime.
Once done, the rest of the band crowded round and arranged their own parts.
On one of his expeditions, he was travelling up the River Rovuma, where he encountered trouble entering the territory of the Makonde, "who expressed a particular desire that we should land; but their manner was so rude as they crowded round the boats, each man with arms in his hand, that we saw no inducement to do so".
The loyal subjects crowded round to applaud the miraculous suit, while the little boy said, `The king's got no clothes on'.
Yes, a few hardy folk got wet but they still tucked in - and crowded round the cookery demonstrations as the rain tippled down.
The landlord and his wife and daughter, the potboys and most of the customers, crowded round the table, slapping Nick on the back and trying to get a view of the parrot.
There were a lot of guests crowded round and it was filmed by At The Races.
She said: "There were a lot of people crowded round watching it.
AS the two groups of students crowded round their leader to hear about how they met their true love during the holidays, I checked my ticket to see if I was watching Grease.
I saw a herd of cows crowded round one area of the field.
Everyone in the pub crowded round to have a look and there was an eerie silence.
The police have traced the Munsters, and they've insisted that they had only crowded round me to give me the benefit of their ecclesiastical take on my radio-show on TalkSport.
Experts say so many people crowded round the box to watch the rugby kick-off that demand for electricity fell massively.
When it came to penalties, the festivities took a back seat and I was out in the kitchen, crowded round a portable TV, virtually on my knees when Stuart Pearce lashed his spot kick home.