the crowd

noun

: ordinary people : people who are not viewed or treated as special or unusual
kids trying to distinguish themselves from the crowd
She prefers to be one of the crowd.

Examples of the crowd in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Many supporters and delegates in the crowd have kept their fists raised during speeches, held in defiance as Trump did before being whisked off the stage by the Secret Service on Saturday. Melissa Cruz, USA TODAY, 18 July 2024 Shelton said as the crowd cheered, as seen in a video shared on X (formerly known as Twitter). Becca Longmire, Peoplemag, 17 July 2024 The impressions were met with laughs and cheers from the crowd as both Lara Trump and Johnson lauded Pennsylvania as a key battleground state to help Republicans win the White House in November. Marisa Schultz, Washington Examiner - Political News and Conservative Analysis About Congress, the President, and the Federal Government, 17 July 2024 The shooter, John Hinckley Jr., fired six rounds from a .22-caliber revolver at the president, who had his hand raised, waving to the crowd. Leah Sarnoff, ABC News, 16 July 2024 See all Example Sentences for the crowd 

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“The crowd.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/the%20crowd. Accessed 24 Jul. 2024.

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