- v. present participle of crowd.
- n. a situation in which people or things are crowded together
“It placed Key West in its "Getting Ugly" category, ranking it third from last among 115 international travel destinations for what it called crowding, poor planning and greed.”
“This Ghetto crowding is not through inclination, but compulsion.”
“With the economy limiting the freedom to look for a better job - here or somewhere else - or even just to have a job, the anxieties induced by this crowding is greatly amplified.”
“The only times these airports see massive crowding is during special events, i.e. skyharbor last superbowl.”
“And (4) I believe what I said was "Hey, I thought he didn't believe in crowding out".”
“The inalienable right to reproduce will result in crowding, which leads to dependency, intrusive government, and loss of local control.”
“Living in Ajijic, no matter how much people complain about the crowding is still village living.”
“One is the short and medium term crowding out phenomenon.”
“For most people, this effect - known as 'crowding' - is not a problem.”
“This dilemma is known as the crowding out effect, and tends to encourage the growth in the size of the government, and the simultaneous reduction in the size of the private sector.”
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