crowd with (someone or something)

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crowd with (someone or something)

To fill something with more than it can reasonably hold or accommodate. A noun or pronoun can be used between "crowd" and "with." Because this room is totally crowded with people, we're moving everyone into the auditorium. I had crowded my suitcase with so much stuff that I couldn't get it closed.
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crowd something with someone or something

to pack too many people or things into something. The ushers crowded the room with visitors. Aunt Victoria had crowded the room with the busy trappings of a bygone era.
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8 ANDY ROBERTSON Riled the home crowd with one excellent challenge on Messi, and was his usual progressive self down the left.
HONEST Ian Healy yesterday won over the Lords crowd with one of the best pieces of sportsmanship in Ashes history.