Antonyms for more crowded

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Though he may have had a more crowded, he never had a more enthusiastic, audience.

The Court was, if possible, more crowded than ever when the case was resumed.

More and more crowded were the few yards round the harvest mice.

And Vitebsk was not so different, only bigger and brighter and more crowded.

Ours is a more crowded existence than that of any other profession.

We are more crowded than is consistent with health or comfort.

They were rushing into a more crowded yard, alive with the clatter and clang of life.

The merry-making had increased; the place was more crowded than ever.

The court that day was, if possible, more crowded than ever.

The traffic is more crowded now, the street darker, the air not so good.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English crudan "to press, crush." Cognate with Middle Dutch cruden "to press, push," Middle High German kroten "to press, oppress," Norwegian kryda "to crowd." Related: Crowded; crowding.