huddle

Part of speech: verb

To collect confusedly; put in place hurriedly; gather in a huddle.

Part of speech: noun

A confused crowd or collection.

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Usage examples "huddle":

  1. The young man tried for his voice, and found enough of it to say: " There's a trance medium over at the Huddle. - "The Landlord at Lion's Head, Complete", William Dean Howells Last Updated: February 27, 2009.
  2. To- day the jackal prowls through its deserted streets and the lizard suns himself on its fallen columns, while thirty or forty miserable Arabian huts huddle together in a small corner of what was once the great court- yard of the magnificent Temple of the Sun. - "Historic Girls", E. S. Brooks.
  3. She saw them face the enigma as uncomprehendingly, as helplessly as she, and she felt the instinct of terror to huddle close to others, even though they feel- because they feel- a terror as unrelieved. - "The Bent Twig", Dorothy Canfield.