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A team of cops swarmed the apartment in the hunt for a potential homicide suspect they believed was hiding in the residences.

At 10:00 a.m. Thursday, federal police at the airport swarmed a group of 14 teenagers, black flags still rolled up in their hands.

Hundreds of police swarmed the area while young African-American men taunted them and refused to go home.

When the question posed was answered in Hebrew, the attackers swarmed over the car and started assaulting the passengers inside.

If you ever find yourself on Rabbit Island in Japan, shake a bag of treats and prepare to be swarmed by hordes of furry friends!

The enemy saw and with fiendish yells of triumph swarmed upon and over the pieces.

He proceeded to the tall telegraph pole and swarmed quickly up it.

Thousands of Turks in a bunch, so the boys say, swarmed out of their trenches and the Gully Ravine.

The birds immediately swarmed round this so vigorously, that they even overturned the lantern once or twice.

They swarmed with people of all nationalities, who looked very much preoccupied, and as if in search of something.

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On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to swarmed, such as: accumulated, collected, concentrated, huddled, massed, and reunited.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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