from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Filled by a throng; crowded; thronged.


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  • The year that Ramon returned to his native town the annual fair, which took place at the fair-grounds in Old Town, was an especially gorgeous and throngful event, rich in spectacle and incident.

    The Blood of the Conquerors

  • It does not rise before us in detached and disconnected proportions, like that of spiritual loveliness, but in crowds, and in solitude, and in all the throngful varieties of thought and feeling and action, the symmetrical whole, the beautiful perfection comes up in the vision of memory, and stands, like

    The Complete Works of Whittier


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