crowdedly

crowded

[krou-did]
adjective
1.
filled to excess; packed.
2.
filled with a crowd: crowded streets.
3.
uncomfortably close together: crowded passengers on a bus.

Origin:
1605–15; crowd1 + -ed2

crowdedly, adverb
overcrowded, adjective
overcrowdedly, adverb
overcrowdedness, noun
uncrowded, adjective
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crowd1 (kraʊd)
 
n
1.  a large number of things or people gathered or considered together
2.  a particular group of people, esp considered as a social or business set: the crowd from the office
3.  a.  the crowd the common people; the masses
 b.  (as modifier): crowd ideas
4.  follow the crowd to conform with the majority
 
vb
5.  (intr) to gather together in large numbers; throng
6.  (tr) to press together into a confined space
7.  (tr) to fill to excess; fill by pushing into
8.  informal (tr) to urge or harass by urging
9.  nautical crowd on sail to hoist as much sail as possible
 
[Old English crūdan; related to Middle Low German krūden to molest, Middle Dutch crūden to push, Norwegian kryda to swarm]
 
'crowded1
 
adj
 
'crowdedly1
 
adv
 
'crowdedness1
 
n
 
'crowder1
 
n

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crowd
O.E. crudan "to press, crush." The noun is first attested 1567; the earlier word was press.
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