[ UK /hˈʌdə‍ld/ ]
[ US /ˈhədəɫd/ ]
  1. crowded or massed together
    give me...your huddled masses
    the huddled sheep turned their backs against the wind
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How To Use huddled In A Sentence

  • She huddled inside the porch as she rang the bell.
  • Tiny figures huddled in sweatshops, toiling in unspeakable conditions.
  • The clothes lay huddled up in a pile in the corner.
  • Sasaki huddled against the hot grains of sand, gritting her teeth, curled up in a ball and hugging her shoulders as if to keep herself from ripping apart.
  • She climbed aboard the Mumbles train and huddled in a seat in the warmth of the lower deck.
  • Her pet dog huddled against her.
  • We huddled closely around its glowing embers as they struggled to keep at bay the piercing chill of the Andean night.
  • I sighed, rolled my head around to look at her: huddled up into her corner of the carriage, hugging her knees with feet on the upholstery.
  • Well, I guess there is a fair bit of fear, xenophobia and insecurity huddled away there somewhere too.
  • The child was finally found huddled inside a flat with her mother, surrounded by bin bags full of rotting food.
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