crowd out of

crowd (someone or something) out of (something)

To push someone or something out of a certain thing or area. The cat crowded the dog out of his bed and curled up for a nap.
See also: crowd, of, out

crowd someone or something out of something

 and crowd someone or something out
to push or force someone, something, or an animal out of something. Don't crowd your brother out of line! Don't crowd out my favorite plants with all your rosebushes!
See also: crowd, of, out
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We got out early and took their crowd out of it,'' Lemke said.