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Crowd together   /kraʊd təgˈɛðər/   Listen
Crowd together

verb
1.
To gather together in large numbers.  Synonym: crowd.






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"Crowd together" Quotes from Famous Books



... coming weather. When a delicate, blue haze shrouds their forms, entirely obliterating the more distant heights, the pleasure-seeker rests content in the promise of a fair morn; but no pleasant expectations can be formed when, robed in deepest purple, they seem to draw in and crowd together, and with vastly increased bulk to frown upon ...
— Evesham • Edmund H. New

... and the women came all in a crowd together, making a terrible lament and shedding big tears. So first they carried forth the bodies of the slain, and set them beneath the gallery of the fenced court, and propped them one on another; and Odysseus himself hasted the women and directed them, and they carried forth the dead perforce. Thereafter ...
— DONE INTO ENGLISH PROSE • S. H. BUTCHER, M.A.

... appeal to him at all. In proportion as he is civilised, the civilised man can be depended on for two things. He can always be touched by a hurry of any kind, and he never fails to be moved by a crowd. If he can have hurry and crowd together, he is capable of almost anything. These two sensibilities, the sense of motion and the sense of mass, are all that is left of the original, lusty, tasting and seeing and feeling human being who took possession of the earth. And even in the case ...
— The Lost Art of Reading • Gerald Stanley Lee



Words linked to "Crowd together" :   forgather, gather, foregather, teem, pack, pullulate, pile, assemble, mob, pour, herd, stream, crowd, overcrowd, jam, swarm, mass, throng, meet



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