A delightful cast battles over a will and a stolen painting as a horde of pseudo-Nazis scour the mountains for fugitives.
One minute, a horde of people were singing, “Na Na Na Na, Na Na Na Na, Hey Hey, Goodbye.”
It feels bizarrely out of place, and the horde of modish Angelenos decide to capture it on their iPhones and Androids.
Mrs. Clooney has been followed around Athens during a three-day visit by a horde of paparazzi that number into the hundreds.
A horde of B-list celebs are now reportedly being paid by various brands to attend the festival wearing their fashions.
The 'horde,' then, in Herr Cunow's opinion, was primarily divided into non-intermarrying persons of three stages of seniority.
If there are houses there, and stores for the sun-time, who will shut them to this horde of desperadoes?
From her history the shadow of the horde, one is tempted to forebode, in the words of Poe, shall be lifted nevermore.
Smothered and lost were the warriors in the horde that poured increasingly on.
The bugle sounded, and in an instant a horde of lancers poured into the town, rushing down upon the Americans from every avenue!
1550s, from W. Turkic (cf. Tatar urda "horde," Turkish ordu "camp, army"), to English via Polish, French, or Spanish. The initial -h- seems to have been acquired in Polish. Transferred sense of "uncivilized gang" is from 1610s. Related: Hordes.