thronging


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throng

 (thrông, thrŏng)
n.
1. A large group of people gathered or crowded closely together; a multitude. See Synonyms at crowd1.
2. A large group of things; a host.
v. thronged, throng·ing, throngs
v.tr.
1. To crowd into; fill: commuters thronging the subway platform.
2. To press against in large numbers: The fans thronged the rock star.
v.intr.
To gather, press, or move in a throng.

[Middle English, from Old English gethrang.]

thronging

(ˈθrɒŋɪŋ)
adj
crowding busily
Translations

thronging

[ˈθrɒŋɪŋ] ADJ [crowd etc] → grande, apretado, nutrido
References in classic literature ?
It was about being closed, and the audience were thronging from the doors.
Beyond all these do I look, as a dog looketh over the backs of thronging flocks of sheep.
Summary: Chittoor (Andhra Pradesh) [India], Sept 5 (ANI): A 30-feet-tall Lord Ganesha made up of around 2 lakh bangles is the new centre of attraction for devotees who are thronging in large numbers for the darshan of Bangle Ganesha here at Thummalagunta village as part of the ongoing Ganesh Chaturthi festival.
In the federal capital, the families are thronging Shakaparian, lake view park, Fatima Jinnah Park, Daman-e-Koh and Pir Sohawa to make full use of the Eid holidays.
New Delhi: Ikea's debut in Hyderabad saw scores of shoppers thronging to the store and so overwhelming was the response that it was almost a stampede-like situation.
The patriotic young girls are thronging to markets for buying Green and white Bangles to celebrate Independence Day in befitting manners.
The patriotic young girls are thronging to markets for buying Green and white Bagels to celebrate Independence Day in befitting manners.
Mr Kalu said their decision to give their customers clothes for free was to show gratitude.Since the start of this week, traders in Lamu Island have enjoyed steady business with many locals thronging the market in preparations for Fridays Idd-ul-Fitr celebrations.