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  • He finished the song and left the crowd to say the final words.
  • All of these elements are crowded against each other with little space between.
  • People claim these men were the people who shot first at the soldiers and the crowd.
  • Everyone in the crowd felt that we were never going to go back.
  • Since that large crowd, the open houses usually average two to three thousand visitors.
  • A larger crowd attended on the second day, including more men.
  • Went out last night with a crowd of my friends.
  • This drew a much larger crowd than usual at the market.
  • Hundreds of soldiers stand in front of the palace and fire into the crowd.
  • In a sense, it ought to be: you cannot lead from the crowd.
  • Instead, they stopped outside and a crowd began to grow and watch.
  • On their way back they were stopped by the crowd.
  • The crowd consisted primarily of poor people who owned no land.
  • This first eight-hour festival resulted in a sell-out crowd under perfect weather conditions.
  • The plans to build a town grew slowly as the place become crowded.
  • Numerous shows have played to sold-out crowds over its first eight months since its re-opening.
  • It was generally very crowded and hard to see the full stage.
  • A vote was taken and our crowd won by four.
  • The band played one final show in their hometown to a sold-out crowd.
  • Four men are performing on the stage as a crowd stands in front of it.
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Meaning of crowd

  • noun A large number of things or people considered together
    a crowd of insects assembled around the flowers
  • noun An informal body of friends
    he still hangs out with the same crowd
  • verb Fill or occupy to the point of overflowing
    The students crowded the auditorium
  • verb To gather together in large numbers
    men in straw boaters and waxed mustaches crowded the verandah