Throng in a sentence

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throng;

[noun]A large crowd of people;

About an hour later, Trump addressed the throngs that had gathered in the building’s lobby.

Throngs of Syrians are trying to find safety from violence.

The throng protested against abortion.

He left his home in Chicago early this morning surrounded by a throng of media.

[verb] to go or be somewhere in large numbers;

People thronged the theater to see the star.

Hundreds of students and onlookers thronged against the police barricades that lined Mass. Ave.

Crowds thronged railroad crossings just to watch his train go by in 1923.

The streets around us thronged with townspeople racing home, carrying whatever food they had found for sale.

College students thronged the bars and restaurants in the campus after the concert.