crowded[ krou-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF crowded
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CROWDED
After the boats were crowded, they would hold on to them so that they could not leave the shore.
The afternoon is far advanced—the parks and public drives are crowded.
Persons of every class are crowded together, here, in one dense mass.
But when this mound was built there were towns here, busy and crowded.
It only needed a beginning, and the penitent bench would be crowded.
The savage tribesmen burst in the door and crowded into the room.
The thousand or so human beings who crowded the clearing might not have existed.
He's always pushed into the corner, or crowded to the back seat.
No: we live either in London or at some hot, crowded watering-place.
They were lovers alone in the wilderness of the crowded restaurant.