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swarm

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verb

Definition of SWARM

1
to move upon or fill (something) in great numbers <meeting little resistance, the pirates swarmed the decks of the merchant ship>
Synonyms flock, mob, swarm, throng
Related Words beset, infest, invade, overrun; clog, dam, jam, obstruct, plug (up)
2
to be copiously supplied <at this time of year that Mexican resort swarms with college students on spring break>
Near Antonyms lack, need, want

February 27, 2015
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