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Definition of Crowded

  • overfilled or compacted or concentrated; filled to excess; as, a crowded program. Opposite of uncrowded.
  • filled with a crowd; as, a crowded marketplace.
  • having an uncomfortable density of people; filled to excess with people; as, crowded trains; a crowded theater.
  • overfilled or compacted or concentrated

How to use crowded in a sentence. Crowded pronunciation.

But they declared to all who crowded upon their words that the Inglesi left the Palace with a face frozen white, as though it was he that had met debacle, while Nahoum had been as urbane and cynical as though he had come to the fulness of his power.
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The sweetly piercing, resonant voice of the Muezzin rang far and commandingly on the clear evening air, and from bazaar and crowded street the faithful silently hurried to the mosques, leaving their slippers at the door, while others knelt where the call found them, and touched their foreheads to the ground.
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They defiled our mosques; they corrupted our life; they ravaged our trade, they stole our customers, they crowded us from the streets where once the faithful lived alone.
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There were one or two Overland stage drivers there, also, and half a dozen vagabonds and stragglers; consequently the house was well crowded.
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Not one prayer could he bring to its due conclusion, for either his eyes closed before he came to the "Amen," or else worldly images crowded round him, and forced him to begin his devotions again from the beginning, when he had succeeded in recollecting himself.
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We found the room crowded.
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It was on a Sabbath afternoon, at the very hour when the crowded congregation in our house of worship were in prayer for the influences of the divine Spirit, that a holy, solemn influence came into the dwelling of Brother Smith, as if an angel had come to touch the child with healing power.
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On entering his crowded vestry, he soon observed John, sitting upon the front seat.
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Pastor Blumenhart of Wurtemberg, has had his home crowded for years with patients, and cures occur constantly.
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The little church of Grenville was crowded.
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And there he was, jovially perspiring; he saw her between crowded heads, and crushed through to her side.
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The wildest and most terrible ideas crowded to the mind of the unhappy woman; the foremost of them, that her husband had secretly returned, that he knew all-that his brain had given way, and that the laughter was the gibbering of his madness.
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But his system did not admit of sentiment, so he crushed the ideas that crowded to his mind, and, after a rapid glance around him, called for his dinner.
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When the bell in the lower court sounded, announcing the Count's approach, these thoughts crowded into the brain of the Marquise like a legion of phantoms.
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The ship was frightfully crowded.
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The following extract from a letter written at that time will convey some idea of the crowded, ill-ventilated condition of the vessel: "We have now been on board the transport a week, and are getting into a frame of mind suitable for desperate work.
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If you can imagine 1000 men crowded into space needed for 500, and then kept there without room to stand or move or sit for seven days, under a tropical sun, in foul holds utterly without ventilation (just imagine it!), endured without a single murmur or complaint, not stoically, but patiently and intelligently, while every officer on board is kicking as hard and as often as possible for the relief of his men, then you will have some idea of the situation.
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Troops passing them toward the front were compelled to break into columns of twos, because the road was crowded by the 71st.
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It was much more agreeable than the one to Cuba, The transport was not crowded, the men had excellent hammocks, which could be rolled up during the day, thus leaving the whole berth deck for exercise and ventilation, and the Leona was a much better vessel than the Cherokee.
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Thence to the Chappell, and there, though crowded, heard a very honest sermon before the King by a Canon of Christ Church, upon these words, "Having a form of godliness, but denying," &c. Among other things, did much insist upon the sin of adultery: which methought might touch the King, and the more because he forced it into his sermon, methinks, besides his text.
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Examples of Crowded

Example #1
The excited guests were now knocking at the doors of Cairene notables, bent upon gossip of the night's events, or were scouring the bazaars for ears into which to pour the tale of how David was exalted and Nahoum was brought low; how, before them all, Kaid had commanded Nahoum to appear at the Palace in the morning at eleven, and the Inglesi, as they had named David, at ten.
Example #2
CHAPTER VII THE COMPACT One by one the lights went out in the Palace.
Example #3
In his palace by the Nile, Harrik, the half-brother of the Prince Pasha, heard it, and breaking off from conversation with two urgent visitors, passed to an alcove near, dropping a curtain behind him.
Example #4
Kneeling reverently on the solitary furniture of the room-a prayer-rug from Medina-he lost himself as completely in his devotions as though his life were an even current of unforbidden acts and motives.
Example #5
Such as thou had the ear of the Prince, and such as Nahoum, also an infidel, who favoured the infidels of Europe.
Example #6
And now thou hast come, the most dangerous of them all!