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  • adv. In a crowded manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a crowded manner or situation; in a crowd or multitude; closely together.


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crowded +‎ -ly


  • It was a bar adjoined to a Hollywood-themed chain restaurant, and both bar and restaurant were empty of customers but crowdedly decorated with the memorabilia of lesser celebrities who, you thought, didn't really deserve their own memorabilia.

    Are You Okay?

  • My sense from last night is that the theater majors hang out in this one room, a crowdedly comfortable place circled by couches, and mostly seem to know each other pretty well from doing shows and classes together.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Life moved quickly, crowdedly, down the Rue Valette, and this baker's shop had gathered more than one crowd about it in recent days.

    The Light That Lures

  • It is not improbable that I may have been the only importer of this useful and crowdedly-paged duodecimo volume; which presents us with so varied and animated a picture of the manners, customs, trades, and occupations of the Bocains and the

    A Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, Volume One

  • The geography of the party is such, benches set up around an open dirt “dance floor” where everyone is crowdedly sitting and eating the food that’s slowly being passed out in plastic “togo” containers.

    On being early and not dancing


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