[ US /ˈkɹaʊdəd, ˈkɹaʊdɪd/ ]
[ UK /kɹˈa‍ʊdɪd/ ]
  1. overfilled or compacted or concentrated
    a crowded program
    a crowded theater
    a young mother's crowded days
    crowded trains
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Get Started For Free Linguix pencil

How To Use crowded In A Sentence

  • At least five people were killed when an overcrowded migrant boat capsized last month which was dramatically caught on camera by Italian coastguards. The Sun
  • As they negotiated the park gates and turned into the crowded thoroughfare, Patience sat, stiffly erect; inside, her emotions churned. A RAKE'S VOW
  • Instead of leaving, the fish crowded towards the back of the Redondo Beach marina and used all the oxygen in the water, marine experts have said. Millions of sardines die in Californian marina
  • It was not a great botanic garden, but it was a lung in the midst of the crowded brick and stone of human habitation. THY BROTHER DEATH
  • The hospital is so overcrowded that some patients are being treated on trolleys in the corridors.
  • Our foreign correspondent reports that conditions in the refugee camps are filthy and overcrowded.
  • However this game can be tricky at the best of times and lo an behold the favourite was crowded out at this stage being put back to near last.
  • By now we had crowded her into the end of the reedbed. The Wire: David Petzal Tracks a Wounded Cape Buffalo
  • Old dandies with creaking joints tottered along Piccadilly to their certain doom; young clerks in the city, explaining that they wished to attend their aunt's funeral, crowded the omnibuses for Kensington and were seen no more; while my mother tells me that excursion trains from the country were arriving at the principal stations throughout the day, bearing huge loads of provincial inamorati. The War of the Wenuses
  • The 6pm train is usually very crowded.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy