over-crowded[ oh-ver-kroud ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-crowded
Synonyms for over-crowded
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVER-CROWDED
It was fun, but over-crowded, for the rest of Pomerania had gone there too.
Then the boat would have been upset, for, as you know, it was over-crowded.
Care should be taken in arranging that the room be not over-crowded.
They found the family hilariously assembled in an over-crowded kitchen.
But how was this to be accomplished in the over-crowded inn?
William's desk always looked to be over-crowded, and was never neat.
They didn't want me at the asylum, either; they said they were over-crowded as it was.
The few houses that take in travelers are over-crowded and dirty.
It was expensive but an over-crowded world had little choice.
When she considers that a nation has too much, the room is over-crowded.