Part of speech:
The definition of a crush is a temporary infatuation with another person.
(Chemistry) A functional entity consisting of certain atoms whose presence provides a certain property to a molecule, such as the methyl group.
A quantity of matter forming a body of indefinite shape and size, usually of relatively large size; lump
A group associated for some purpose, as to form a commercial or industrial firm
To finish (stone) with a drove chisel
To continue a course of action, especially in spite of difficulties:
The definition of a flock is a group of certain animals like birds, goats and sheep that eat, live and move as a group.
To hold together with a cramp.
To gather together or move as a herd, group, crowd, etc.
To form or gather in a horde
To perform the role of a host.
(Informal) To gather together for conference or consultation:
The definition of intrude is to butt in where you aren't invited or to become involved in something where you don't belong.
To bump or push, as in a crowd; elbow or shove roughly
To put one's clothes, belongings, etc. into luggage for a trip
To celebrate or carouse at a party or similar gathering:
To disappear below the horizon:
To push roughly or hastily
To provide lodging for; quarter.
(Internet) To push continuous data (e.g. music) from a server to a client computer while it is being used (played) on the client.
Swarm is to move in a huge, overwhelming group all at once, or to be crowded and overrun.
To gather or go together in a throng
The act or process of dispersing or the condition of being dispersed.
To let be or do without interference.
(Chess) To withdraw (a piece), as from a dangerous position
To press against in large numbers:
(Plural: crew) A member of the crew of a vessel or plant
to gather together in large numbers
The act of coming, moving, or flowing together.
The maximum amplitude of a vehicle's forward/backward oscillation
A person or group capable of influential action:
(Astronomy) Any of numerous large-scale aggregates of stars, gas, and dust that constitute the universe, containing an average of 100 billion (1011 ) solar masses and ranging in diameter from 1,500 to 300,000 light-years.
(Archaic) A group of people; company; band
In the Old West, a group assembled to hunt for criminal fugitives
(Computers) A group of memory elements accessed by one or more indices.
A large body of water, as a sea or broad river
A flock of geese.
The definition of a troupe is a group of performers.
The people who so meet or the place of meeting
A gathering or collection:
A corporate body whose members gather for worship, or the members of such a body.
(Astronomy) A group of galaxies or stars that appear near each other.
A group of people gathering, coming together, or meeting, or already so assembled, for a common purpose.
A number of persons, animals, or things gathered together; cluster
(Plural only) The total population.
To press hard on or together; compress:
A group of people inside a political party, club, government, etc. working in a common cause against other such groups or against the main body
Containing many people or inhabitants; having a large population.
Placed close together; crowded; compact, as soldiers in ranks
A corporation or its membership
Any of several fungal diseases of trees, in which abnormal protuberances appear
A numeral or a series of numerals used for reference or identification:
A very large number of things grouped together
(Dial.) Worthless stuff
The undistinguished crowd or ordinary run of persons or things.
Any sudden, impulsive, spontaneous mass movement
A very large number of things grouped together
Violent commotion or agitation, often with confusion of sounds.
A collection of artifacts from a single datable component of an archaeological site. Depending on the site and culture, an assemblage may be associated with a single limited activity, as with stone tools found at a butchering site, or may reflect a broad range of cultural life, as with artifacts that are found in a communal living site.
Compress means to press together, or to make something more compact.
To prepare (a student) or review (a subject) for an examination in a hurried, intensive way
To have an effect or impact.
(Ecclesiastical) A service used for a particular class of festivals.
(Archaic) One of the common people, or lower rank of men.
The people in general, regardless of membership of any particular group.
(R.C.Ch.) The private meeting of the cardinals to elect a pope
(Sports) A group of sports teams that play each other on a regular basis.
A coming together; meeting
A formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates, as of a political party, fraternal society, profession, or industry.
A group of people convoked, especially the members of a college or university community who are assembled for a ceremony.
The people at such a gathering, as a collective.
The definition of a cloud is a visible mass of small water droplets or ice particles which are suspended in the sky.
The number of points attributed to a competitor or team.
To pack (a container) tightly; cram:
To crowd to capacity:
(Mil.) A shot that hits or explodes beyond the target
A short prayer suitable to the time or occasion, used in certain church services, as before the Epistle at Mass
(Economics) To raise short-term interest rates.
To sew loose folds into (a skirt); gather
To pick, pluck, or collect by picking; harvest
Any of various similar tools or mechanically operated devices used in roasting or refining furnaces.
To supply in large quantities; give much of something to
- Horde specifically refers to a large predatory band a horde of office seekers
- Host specifically suggests a large organized body marshaled together but may be used generally of any sizable group considered collectively she has a host of friends
- Mob implies a disorderly or lawless crowd, and is an abusive term when used to describe the mass of common people
- Swarm suggests a large, continuously moving group a swarm of sightseers
- Multitude stresses greatness of number in referring to persons or things assembled or considered together a multitude arrayed against him
- Throng specifically suggests a moving crowd of people pushing one another throngs of celebrators at Times Square
- Crowd is applied to an assembly of persons or things in close proximity or densely packed together and may suggest lack of order, loss of personal identity, etc. crowds lined the street
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