swarm

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  • They swarmed upon him, so many that they got in each other's way. Cited from A Daughter of the Dons, by William MacLeod Raine
  • My men are outside; a word from me will bring them swarming in. Cited from In Clive's Command, by Herbert Strang
  • They swarmed up the hot trail, and we followed as best we could. Cited from The North Pole, by Robert E. Peary
  • In coming out of the wood they swarmed down along the bank of the river. Cited from An Account Of The Battle Of Chateauguay, by William D. Lighthall
  • It seemed to swarm into me as if it had a life of its own.
  • Why, it seems as if these woods here must be swarming with them. Cited from The Hot Swamp, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • A number of blue figures were coming up these, and swarming across the stage. Cited from The Sleeper Awakes, by H.G. Wells
  • Americans will be swarming over the place in less than no time. Cited from The Californians, by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
  • "They may be swarming down this hill after us in a few minutes." Cited from Ruth Fielding at the War Front, by Alice B. Emerson
  • When they arrive there, they find the place swarming with local police officers.
  • Thousands of fans began to swarm the field before the final play had even ended.
  • For the few brief weeks before the great trial the office was swarming with men. Cited from Rimrock Jones, by Dane Coolidge
  • Under cover of the guns the blue infantry swarmed again into the wood. Cited from The Long Roll, by Mary Johnston
  • From the very get-go you are swarmed with more enemies than you can fight at any one time.
  • The Swarm then lost seven in a row, before finally winning their first home game.
  • Near the railway bridge he ran straight into the enemy as they swarmed towards the village and was captured. Cited from The Story of the 2/4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
  • A swarm of American and Canadian aircraft had been divided into two teams.
  • People swarmed around us, but we seemed to be quite alone. Cited from The Inferno, by Henri Barbusse
  • They swarmed over the side and they cut us down. Cited from Sir Mortimer, by Mary Johnston
  • A further four species regularly attend swarms but are as often seen away from them.
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Meaning of swarm

  • noun A group of many things in the air or on the ground
    a swarm of insects obscured the light, clouds of blossoms, it discharged a cloud of spores