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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



... everything in the form of Christmas fare that could be got together was brought out for sale by auction. It did not amount to much. The whole barely sufficed to fill one long table, which was placed in a nook between the main street and a side alley, where fifty people or so might crowd together without attracting the notice of Bulwaan's gunners, who would delight in nothing so much as the chance of throwing a surprise shell into the midst of ...
— Four Months Besieged - The Story of Ladysmith • H. H. S. Pearse

... so small as they rise from the ocean that we cannot see them. By and by they crowd together and make the clouds that float across the sky. As soon as the clouds meet colder air, the little water particles rush together and thus become larger and larger until they grow so heavy that they can no longer float in the air, but must fall. Some of them fall into the ocean again, ...
— Conservation Reader • Harold W. Fairbanks



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



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