crowded out (ˈkraʊdɪd aʊt)
- full to capacity; full to bursting
Example Sentences Including 'crowded out'
Because if you do not have grazing, the grass grows too well and the orchids and the violets and the gentians would all be crowded out.
Irish Times (2002)
Between the years 1600 and 1900, humans hunted to extinction, or crowded out , roughly one species every four years.
The Crisis of Life on Earth - our legacy from the second millenium
Djorkaeff bamboozled Keown and released Anelka only for the young striker to be crowded out.
Drawn by the commotion, the others crowded out of the dressing-room and on to the stage where they watched breathlessly.
Death in Fashion
Private sector borrowing will not be crowded out , thereby leaving enough resources for corporates to mobilise.
Business Today (1996)
That would give the small investor a real voice, instead of being crowded out by the big financial institutions.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
The all-clear siren was blowing, and people crowded out of a restaurant to cheer and clap.
Tank of Serpents
US investment was fine, but exports were `` crowded out ' by the high currency and strong capital inflow.
The Australian (2004)
`Mebbe he was crowded out by the news of the transport strike?
The Five Million Dollar Prince
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