Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of crowd.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a situation in which people or things are crowded together

Etymologies

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Examples

  • 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.

    KeysNews.com -

  • The only times these airports see massive crowding is during special events, i.e. skyharbor last superbowl.

    Matthew Yglesias » Runway Pricing

  • This Ghetto crowding is not through inclination, but compulsion.

    THE GHETTO

  • And (4) I believe what I said was "Hey, I thought he didn't believe in crowding out".

    Mungowitz in Deutschland--Day 1

  • 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 Unaffiliated Will Decide

  • The inalienable right to reproduce will result in crowding, which leads to dependency, intrusive government, and loss of local control.

    The Suicide Of Marlboro Man « Isegoria

  • Living in Ajijic, no matter how much people complain about the crowding is still village living.

    Excluded From Expatriates

  • Living in Ajijic, no matter how much people complain about the crowding is still village living.

    Excluded From Expatriates

  • Living in Ajijic, no matter how much people complain about the crowding is still village living.

    Excluded From Expatriates

  • Living in Ajijic, no matter how much people complain about the crowding is still village living.

    Excluded From Expatriates

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