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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


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


fill or occupy to the point of overflowing

Related Words

approach a certain age or speed

References in periodicals archive ?
If you look at big World Cup games or against England in the Euro play-offs, you get women and kids crowding round the TV who aren't usually interested in football.
I saw everyone crowding round her and I was really worried.
Stop anywhere near the shrine of Munster Rugby and before the engine is turned off you will get a gang of youths crowding round asking for money to 'mind' the vehicle.
Cue the whole United team crowding round referee Andy D'Urso and delaying the spot kick by several minutes.
But later, with farmers crowding round the sales ring, a struggle emerged between two bidders.
There was a time when the great docks were the heart of the city and the gateway to a vast empire - but little of the wealth that came in on the tide found its way into the mean streets of slums crowding round the river.
It could be like crowding round the pounds 500 blackjack tables in Monte Carlo.
Groups of idle men and women and mischievous boys crowding round the Welsh cross, hooting and yelling and pelting the unfortunate offender in the pillory with mud, bad eggs and offensive garden stuff, of men and lads with fighting dogs at the corner" - RR.
There was no pushing, and no crowding round the shop door.
There was a group of people crowding round something near to the pavement.
And back home in Barry, supporters will be crowding round their TV screens and manning the phones.