throng

All Noun Verb Adjective
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  • Some two hundred boys and girls were coming up in two separate throngs. Cited from The High School Pitcher, by H. Irving Hancock
  • Events are thronging upon us, and we must deal with them as they present themselves. Cited from History of Loudoun County, by James W. Head
  • The place was again thronged with people, but the good work went forward. Cited from Thirty Years in the Itinerancy, by Wesson Gage Miller
  • These must be the people that on other days thronged the up-town streets. Cited from Honey-Sweet, by Edna Turpin
  • Now they came out into the busy street, which seemed more thronged than ever. Cited from The Sword Maker, by Robert Barr
  • A few days before the appointed time, the men began thronging into headquarters. Cited from The Outlet, by Andy Adams
  • Washington was thronged as it had never been before on any similar occasion. Cited from From Canal Boy to President, by Horatio Alger, Jr.
  • The large and beautiful hall was thronged with a very small portion of his friends. Cited from Autobiography of Seventy Years, Vol. 1-2, by George Hoar
  • The men and women he had loved into life were thronging his brain. Cited from Far to Seek, by Maud Diver
  • I find your house as thronged as ever, in the old way. Cited from Lady Rose's Daughter, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • And he held them up so that all the people who thronged into the Hall could see. Cited from Ting-a-ling, by Frank Richard Stockton
  • They stood a little on one side, out of the way of the moving throng of people. Cited from Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • My room was thronged during all the time of my visit. Cited from An Australian in China, by George Ernest Morrison
  • In the afternoon they all thronged to the assembly rooms to hear your father speak. Cited from Captain Mansana and Mother's Hands, by Bjornstjerne Bjornson
  • The chance business which occurs in our country courts came thronging upon me. Cited from The Crayon Papers, by Washington Irving
  • With many words and stories he taught the people who thronged around him on the days of that week. Cited from The King Nobody Wanted, by Norman F. Langford
  • His world is thronged with the average man and the average woman. Cited from Old and New Masters, by Robert Lynd
  • Up the narrow street she ran, while the astonished throng looked after her. Cited from A Little Girl in Old Detroit, by Amanda Minnie Douglas
  • If you go forth into the Market-place you will find it thronged with farmers. Cited from Hodge and His Masters, by Richard Jefferies
  • At first there were about twenty men, but more came thronging in. Cited from Grettir the Strong, Icelandic Saga, Author Unknown
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Meaning of throng

  • verb Press tightly together or cram
    The crowd packed the auditorium