thronged[ thrawng, throng ]SEE DEFINITION OF thronged
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR THRONGED
The public road was thronged with people on their way to Olympia.
The chapel was thronged, the majority of members being women.
The place was thronged with men of varied ranks and professions.
The whole country seemed in a stir about it, and it was evident that Strelsau was thronged.
The opposite shore seemed to be thronged with savage warriors.
The stone stairs to the tenement house were thronged with women.
It was evening service, and the nave was thronged from chancel to porch.
The bat-room was thronged with fishermen in guernseys, sea-boots, and sou'-westers.
The day was bright, and the streets were thronged with vehicles.
The corridors were thronged with people, hurrying in and out.