swarm with

swarm with someone or something

to be abundant or crowded with moving people or things. The playground was swarming with children, and I couldn't find my own. The picnic blanket swarmed with ants.
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swarm with

v.
To be full of some things or some people; abound or teem with some things or some people: The rotten log swarmed with insects. The courtroom is swarming with reporters.
See also: swarm
References in classic literature ?
The streets are generally about wide enough for one wagon, and how they do swarm with people
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