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Word: throng

Definition: crowd (of people or things); V.


Sentences Containing 'throng'

A moment afterwards, and a throng of people came pouring round the corner by the prison wall, in the midst of whom was the wood sawyer hand in hand with The Vengeance.
A throng of lesser rank follow, wearing the Gabinian cincture.
During Dasara Festival, thousands of devotees from the city and its environs throng the temple.
Each stroke of the oar seemed to awaken a new throng of ideas, which sprang up with the flying spray of the sea.
Looked out upon a throng of men and women: not enough in number, or near enough, to fill the courtyard: not more than forty or fifty in all.
Puja is conducted every day and hundreds of residents throng this temple for the Lord’s blessing.
Sunset invites a multitude of masked and hooded creatures to throng the streets of Nadur - creatures wearing all kinds of funny and grotesque costumes.
The gate of the hotel had been closed to screen them from sight, but they were forced, when the door was open, to pass through a throng of curious glances and whispering voices.
The two stand in the fast thinning throng of victims, but they speak as if they were alone.
Thousands throng to listen him everywhere in Maharashtra.
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