crowd around (someone or something)

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crowd around (someone or something)

To gather around someone or something. The kids all crowded around the teacher for story time. Good luck getting any food with so many people crowding around the buffet!
See also: around, crowd
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crowd around someone or something

to flock or swarm around someone or something. The children crowded around the department store Santa, eager for their chance at talking to him. Everyone crowded around the radio to listen.
See also: around, crowd
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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References in classic literature ?
The others crowded around him, and even two who had hold of Gurth relaxed their grasp while they stretched their necks to see the issue of the search.
Some men crowded around him and tried to get him to shut up, but he wouldn't; they told him it would be one o'clock in about fifteen min- utes, and so he MUST go home -- he must go right away.
"Daniel had the whole party crowded around him as he challenged partygoers to table tennis," the Daily Express quoted a source at Slate Restaurant Bar 'n' Billiards in New York as saying.
'Prince Harry was hit in the face by a camera as photographers crowded around him as he was getting into a car,' the spokesman said.
As word of his visit spread, blacks crowded around him to touch him--whites never touched blacks in South Africa--and began holding high the lucky hand that had shaken Robert Kennedy's.