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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

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fill or occupy to the point of overflowing

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approach a certain age or speed

References in periodicals archive ?
Taran Taran are popular for their innovative mix of traditional and original tunes, lines of epic poems and speeches, medieval Welsh harp and crwth music, fiddles, bagpipes and hurdy-gurdy welded to dance loops, grooves, samples and throbbing beats.
Cardwell's words frame the personality of his subjects and their musical backgrounds as crisply and expressively as his back-and-white photographs capture them JUST READ Steve Dube They range from well-known harpists like Catrin Finch and Robin Huw Bowen, classical pianist Llyr Williams, crwth player Cass Meurig, a group of Indian musicians in Cardiff and 13-year-old Dylan Cairns-Howarth, who plays fiddle, hurdy-gurdy, Dutch bagpipes and "a bit of mandolin", and plans to make music his career.
Yn ystod y dydd Sadwrn mae gweithdai ffidil ac offerynnau eraill gan gynnwys siawns i drio'r crwth (hen offeryn Cymreig), yn ogystal a chlocsio a gweithgareddau i blant megis chwedleua, dringo a sgiliau syrcas.
Saturday's concert is part of the new series of performances from Crwth, a non-profit making organisation formed in Swansea in 1999 to promote chamber music.
Pondman ddaeth nesaf - sef Gorwel a Fiona Owen, gyda Cass Meurig ar y ffidil a'r crwth.
They sing Welsh poetry ranging from stanzas of the Gododdin (6th century), to ritual and popular songs of the 18th and 19th centuries, and play the ancient strummed lyre of Northern Europe, the crwth - the medieval bowed lyre - and an early medieval British yew trumpet, the bloodcurdling sounds of which open their interpretation of the Welsh Tristan story, Ystorya Trystan, which is part of the Arthurian epic.
The world's first solo recording of crwth music, Crwth by the Gwynedd-based musician Cass Meurig, was released in 2004.
Cass is one of Wales' foremost solo crwth and fiddle players.
Mae hi'n medru canu crwth nes ysgwyd seiliau'r stryd.
Yn bwyta'n iawn ac yn canu crwth mor hyfryd ag erioed.