a riotous or disorderly crowd of peoplea growing mob of demonstrators
It took some two hours before the crowd was fully dispersed.
a pack of journalists who wanted to interview him
A collection of people of all ages assembled to pay their respects.
A mass of excited people clogged the street.
The great body of people moved slowly forward.
There was still a press of people around the Victoria Memorial.
A host of stars attended the awards ceremony.
He spoke today before a large gathering of world leaders.
Scientists are leaving the country in droves.
his flock of advisors
large herds of elephant and buffalo
A swarm of people encircled the hotel.
A horde of people was screaming for tickets.
the multitudes that surround the Pope
An official pushed through the throng.
a chaotic assemblage of drifters and ruffians
the massesIf they continue like this, there is a danger of the mob taking over.
any group of peopleCan you stop your mob tramping all over the place?
He was attacked by a gang of youths.
He was a notable young actor in a company of rising stars.
The trouble involved a small group of football supporters.
the popular watering hole for the literary set
We've just sacked one lot of builders.
She was aware of a little troop of travellers watching them.
a motley crew of college friends
to surround in a crowd to acclaim or attackHer car was mobbed by the media.
Demonstrators mobbed the streets.
Thousands of people filled the streets.
A group of journalists were crowded into a minibus.
Hundreds of people crowded into the building.
All her possessions were packed into the back of her car.
Thousands of people packed into the mosque.
He jammed his hands into his pockets.
fill to overflowing
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in the sense of assemblage
a collection or group of thingsa chaotic assemblage of drifters and ruffians
in the sense of besiege
to hem inThe main part of the army moved to besiege the town.
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