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  • noun Plural form of crowder.

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Examples

  • Three years of just plugging away so I could get away to a place, a life where I could put all the cliques and "in crowders" behind me.

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  • But it happens, and that's exactly what happened with George W. Bush and his fellow in-crowders.

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  • In-crowders, emos and nerds, all must pay for the emotional damage they inflicted upon him.

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  • But it happens, and that's exactly what happened with George W. Bush and his fellow in-crowders.

    America High, 90210

  • She'd found crowder peas and long green beans at another farmstand, so she cooked those in separate pots, adding chopped Vidalias and lots of butter to the crowders.

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  • For most of the rest of us t would take some 20 or 25 years, and a high school reunion, to discover how few of these former in-crowders had gone on to accomplish diddly-squat as adults.

    America High, 90210

  • But it happens, and that's exactly what happened with George W. Bush and his fellow in-crowders.

    America High, 90210

  • For most of the rest of us it would take some 20 or 25 years, and a high school reunion, to discover how few of these former in-crowders had gone on to accomplish dittally-squat as adults.

    America High, 90210

  • For most of the rest of us it would take some 20 or 25 years, and a high school reunion, to discover how few of these former in-crowders had gone on to accomplish dittally-shit as adults.

    America High, 90210

  • There were lots of people on it, but squeezing past the crowders at the front, I was able to find a seat.

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