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swarm

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of swarm

  1. a great number of persons or creatures massed together a swarm of tourists descends upon the island every summer Synonyms army, bike [chiefly Scottish], cram, crush, drove, flock, herd, horde, host, legion, mass, mob, multitude, press, rout, scrum, crowd, throngRelated Words masses, millions, rabble, rabblement, riffraff; gaggle; heap, mountain, pile; jam, logjam


swarm

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of swarm

  1. 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, throngRelated Words beset, infest, invade, overrun; clog, dam, jam, obstruct, plug (up)

  2. 2 to be copiously supplied at this time of year that Mexican resort swarms with college students on spring break Synonyms brim, bristle, bulge, burst, bustle, buzz, crawl, hum, overflow, pullulate, swarm, teemNear Antonyms lack, need, want


swarm

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of swarm

  1. to move (as up or over something) often with the help of the hands in holding or pulling one of the physical challenges had competitors swarming over a pile of logs Synonyms clamber, scrabble, scramble, swarmRelated Words shimmy, shin, shinny, skin; ascend, breast [chiefly British], free-climb, get up, mount, scale, summit, surmount; claw, sprawl, struggle



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