huddled, past participle; huddles, 3rd person singular present; huddling, present participle; huddled, past tense;
Crowd together; nestle closely
they huddled together for warmth
Curl one's body into a small space
the watchman remained, huddled under his canvas shelter
Draw together for an informal, private conversation
selection committee members huddled with attorneys
Heap together in a disorderly manner
a man with his clothes all huddled on anyhow
A crowded or confused mass of people or things
a huddle of barns and outbuildings
A brief gathering of players during a game to receive instructions, esp. in football
A small group of people holding an informal, private conversation
(informal) a quick private conference
crowd or draw together; "let's huddle together--it's cold!"
a disorganized and densely packed crowd; "a huddle of frightened women"
crouch or curl up; "They huddled outside in the rain"
(huddled) crowded or massed together; "give me...your huddled masses"; "the huddled sheep turned their backs against the wind"
In sport, a huddle is when a team gathers together, usually in a tight circle, to strategise, motivate or celebrate. ...
Huddle is a web-based team collaboration and project management tool developed in the UK.
(Huddling) Kleptothermy is any form of thermoregulation by which an animal shares in the metabolic thermogenesis of another animal. It may or may not be reciprocal, and occurs in both endotherms and ectotherms. Its most common form is huddling.
a dense and disorderly crowd; a brief meeting of all the players from one team that are on the field with the purpose of planning the following play; to crowd together as when distressed or in fear; to curl one's legs up to the chest and keep one's arms close to the torso; to crouch; to ...
(Huddles) Meetings held each day / shift to maintain colleague knowledge about business issues / performance
Groups of players who confer between plays to discuss strategy. Quarterbacks call plays in the offensive huddle, and usually linebackers or defensive captains call the plays in the defensive huddle.
When the 12 players on the field from one team form a group todiscuss the upcoming play.I
A longer than usual pause preceding an action in the bidding or the play of a hand.
Small Convenient store in LaFortune where students can purchase food, drinks, toiletries, notebooks, and other base essentials such as the infamous Quarter Dogs.
(v.) to have a meeting; (n.) a meeting; "CBS execs plan to huddle with their affiliates in May" or "The exec was in a huddle and was not available for comment."
A vehicle for spiritual, personal, and leadership development innovated by 3d ministries. Huddle offers a unique opportunity for Christian leaders to step back and experience investment and discipleship, equipping them to fulfill their potential both personally and professionally.
This is the circle that both the defensive and offensive players form and is where the play that they are going to use is announced.
an on-field gathering of members of a team in order to secretly communicate instructions for the upcoming play.