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concourse a large crowd or assembly. [1/5 definitions]
confluence a gathering or crowd. [1/3 definitions]
crowd to gather together in a crowd. [1/9 definitions]
crush to push or crowd forcefully. [2/11 definitions]
flock1 to gather or travel in a crowd, group, or flock. [1/4 definitions]
gaggle a noisy or jumbled group or crowd. [1/2 definitions]
herd a crowd of people; mob. [1/8 definitions]
hive an extremely busy or crowded place, or the crowd of people in it. [1/5 definitions]
horde a large number, group, or crowd; throng; multitude. [1/3 definitions]
jostle to push, crowd, or bump against, esp. on purpose; collide with. [2/7 definitions]
lane a narrow passage or opening in a crowd of people. [1/7 definitions]
mob a large, disorderly, or riotous crowd of people. [5/9 definitions]
multitude a mass of people, or the masses; crowd or common people (often prec. by the). [1/3 definitions]
ochlocracy government by a lawless crowd of people; mobocracy.
overcrowd to crowd too many people or things into (a space).
pack1 to crowd together in. [2/16 definitions]
rabble1 a confused and uncontrolled crowd; disorderly mob. [2/3 definitions]
riot gun a small firearm, esp. a repeating shotgun with a short barrel, used to disperse or halt a crowd rather than to injure or kill.
rout1 a disorderly or riotous crowd of people; mob; rabble. [1/5 definitions]
shoal2 any large number of things or persons; crowd; throng. [1/3 definitions]
squeeze to force one's way through a crowd or confined space (usu. fol. by "through" or "in"). [1/12 definitions]