throng[ thrawng, throng ]SEE DEFINITION OF throng
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR THRONG
So great was the pressure of the throng that men fainted and had to be carried out.
John watched her till she was lost in the throng on the veranda.
However, Baron Suire again forced his way through the throng.
And this priest lost in the midst of the throng doubtless interested him.
They shook hands, and Pierre at once tried to get out of the throng.
His attitude was that of one who hesitated to demand silence from so well-bred a throng.
The multi-hued apparel of the throng dazzled and astonished me.
When the throng came out to the carry-all I was there and mounted.
I have such a throng of Italians about me that at times I have to shut myself up.
Just before me the throng opened and I saw a woman at my feet.