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crowds, plural;
  1. (of a number of people) Fill (a space) almost completely, leaving little or no room for movement
    • - the dance floor was crowded with revelers
  2. (of a number of people) Move into (a space, esp. one that seems too small)
    • - they crowded into the cockpit
  3. (of a group of people) Form a tightly packed mass around (someone or something)
    • - photographers crowded around him
  4. Move too close to (someone), either aggressively or in a way that causes discomfort or harm
    • - don't crowd her, she needs air
  5. Exclude someone or something by taking their place
    • - grass invading the canyon has crowded out native plants
  6. Overwhelm and preoccupy (someone)
    • - as demands crowd in on you it becomes difficult to keep things in perspective
  7. (of a batter) Stand very close to (the plate) when batting

  1. A large number of people gathered together, typically in a disorganized or unruly way
    • - a huge crowd gathered in the street outside
  2. An audience
    • - a crowd of 500 filled the synagogue
  3. A group of people who are linked by a common interest or activity
    • - I've broken away from that whole junkie crowd
  4. The mass or multitude of people, esp. those considered to be drearily ordinary or anonymous
    • - make yourself stand out from the crowd
  5. A large number of things regarded collectively
    • - the crowd of tall buildings

  1. a large number of things or people considered together; "a crowd of insects assembled around the flowers"
  2. herd: cause to herd, drive, or crowd together; "We herded the children into a spare classroom"
  3. an informal body of friends; "he still hangs out with the same crowd"
  4. fill or occupy to the point of overflowing; "The students crowded the auditorium"
  5. to gather together in large numbers; "men in straw boaters and waxed mustaches crowded the verandah"
  6. push: approach a certain age or speed; "She is pushing fifty"
  7. A crowd is a large and definable group of people, while "the crowd" is referred to as the so-called lower orders of people in general (the mob). ...
  8. Crowd is a web-based single sign-on (SSO) tool that aims to simplify application provisioning and identity management. Crowd is composed of an administration console and an integration API where multiple web applications are integrated. ...
  9. The Crowd is a 1928 American silent film directed by King Vidor. It is notable for its dramatization of the concerns and dangers of urbanization and modernity.
  10. The Crowd was a 'supergroup' formed specifically to produce a charity record for the Valley Parade football disaster, in which 56 people died on 11 May 1985. The group consisted of singers, actors, television personalities and others.
  11. The Crowd is the debut solo album from New Zealand singer-songwriter Nathan King. It was produced by Brady Blade and Greg Haver and mixed by Clint Murphy at Roundhead Studios in Auckland. The album was mastered by Andy VanDette at MasterDisk in New York in 2008.
  12. Crowds is a proposed anonymity network that gives probable innocence in the face of a large number of attackers. Crowds was designed by Michael K. Reiter and Aviel D. ...
  13. (Crowds) An old idea—that many heads are better than one—is dressed up as dazzling insight today, thanks to a popular book called “The Wisdom of Crowds” and the ability of the internet to tap the expertise of lots of people. ...
  14. Overcrowded: lungs; Queuing: Colon
  15. may refer to a large, cohesive gathering of individuals or to the act of coming together to form a tightly-spaced group. In addition, crowding is used to refer to the psychological perceptions associated with this increase in density.
  16. A peer group formed from several cliques of the same age group.
  17. a large group of people who act in concert in a spontaneous and unplanned manner, usually based upon emotional contagion rather than discussion.
  18. The Crowd is…the Mob.  The "Crowd" refers to that faction of the market (which consists of Buyers, Sellers, and Spectators) that has the most influence on price movement.  When the Crowd is Bullish, the buying pressure exceeds selling pressure. ...
  19. a temporary gathering of people who share a common focus of attention and whose members influence one another
  20. A feeling of unity or belonging / Confusion on meeting many opinions (too much going on at once); feeling suffocated / Lacking personal direction; feeling anonymous, misplaced or 'crowded out' / Fear of public opinion, expectations
  21. An impermanent assemblage of interacting persons who lack leadership and internal organization and who are without a group tradition or unique cultural background which would provide them with ready responses for acting as a group; this makes them suggestible,impulsive,irrational,fickle and ...
  22. Term describing the action of an excavator bucket being forced into the rock-pile.
  23. (1310): Fiddle. This is different then the word to denote a large group of people. This word is of Celtic origin while the other is Germanic. In the late 16th century it was also used to denote playing the instrument or to sing.
  24. To dream of a large, handsomely dressed crowd of people at some entertainment, denotes pleasant association with friends but anything occurring to mar the pleasure of the guests, denotes distress and loss of friendship, and unhappiness will be found where profit and congenial intercourse was ...
  25. n. a large number of people gathered in one place