Crowd-a in a sentence

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How to use crowd-a in a sentence. Crowd-a pronunciation.

Then the darkness thickened and the storm's fury burst upon the crowd-a mad lashing of bending tree tops, a blinding whirl of dust filling the air, the thunder's terrific cannonade, the incessant blaze of lightning, the rattling of the distant rain; and above all these, unlike them all, a steady, dreadful roaring, coming nearer each moment.
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She stood on the fringe of the little crowd-as isolated as Bobby was himself.
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Then arose a cry-a wild, agonising cry-out of the bosom of that dark hold-out of the hearts of that ill-fated crowd-a cry that for some moments drowned the fierce seething of the flames, and the crashing, crackling sounds of the fire.
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So calm were his nerves, crippled and half roasted as he was ere he mounted the scaffold, that when one of the executioners was slightly injured in the ear by the flying from the handle of the hammer with which he was breaking the fatal pistol in pieces, as the first step in the execution-a circumstance which produced a general laugh in the crowd-a smile was observed upon Balthazar's face in sympathy with the general hilarity.
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No man can speak too well for a crowd,-as no man can write too well for the stage; but in neither case should he be rhetorical, or case in periods the dry bones of reasoning.
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And then, as if by magic, he was in the midst of a crowd-a mad, jigging crowd that seemed to have no sense of direction, no ability whatever to keep out of his way.
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Examples of Crowd-a

Example #1
Professor Burgess was no coward, but he had little power of generalship.
Example #2
In the minute's lull following the first storm herald, there was a wild scrambling for wraps and lunch baskets.
Example #3
De Marmont-whose face had become the colour of dead ashes-had left her side: one step at a time and very slowly he was getting nearer and nearer to St. Genis, as if the latter's wrath-filled eyes were drawing him against his will.
Example #4
But all his thoughts were for Crystal, and an instinctive desire to stand by her and to shield her if necessary from some unknown or unguessed evil, made him draw nearer to her.
Example #5
I shall never forget that cry-none who heard it could fail to remember it till their last hour.
Example #6
But it needed not that the flames should be seen-their light, and the hissing, crackling noise that proceeded from them, proclaimed the dread nature of the catastrophe.