crowd in

Definition of crowd in

  1. 1 :  to move as a group into a small space When we got to the elevator, everybody tried to crowd in.

  2. 2 of thoughts, memories, etc. :  to come into someone's mind :  to occupy someone's thinking —often + on When I smell a pie baking, memories of childhood holidays crowd in on me.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  to press on :  hurry

    :  to press close

    :  to collect in numbers

  1. :  a large number of persons especially when collected together :  throng

    :  the great body of the people :  populace

    :  most of one's peers

  1. :  an ancient Celtic stringed instrument that is plucked or bowed —called also crwth

    :  violin

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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