On crowded buses young people should give their seats to old people.
Seaside resorts, such as Newport, are very crowded in summer.
The people crowded round the injured man, but they made way for the doctor when he reached the scene of the accident.
I was walking along the crowded street when all at once I heard a shrill cry.
Before now, when you thought of a city, you thought of crowded streets, parking problems, traffic jams, queues, noise and fumes.
It's not crowded at all today. This is the least crowded time of all.
For many years I thought that it was beauty alone that gave significance to life and that the only purpose that could be assigned to the generations that succeed one another on the face of this crowded earth was to produce an artist now and then.
That place is always crowded, but I reserved a table today, so we don't have to worry.
However, many people get nervous when the shops are crowded or when thye have to stand in long queues.
Embassy asked its citizens to be careful in “crowded public areas and popular tourist destinations.”
As the centuries went by and England became more crowded, the people found their food supply a great problem.
When the plane eventually landed in London, I found myself at a noisy and crowded airport.
I don't like going to town on Saturdays – it's too crowded.
The Waterfront's success could mean that other cities soon follow, creating areas that offer people a new kind of city living, with all the benefits and none of the stress, noise and pollution of crowded centres.
In a sense, I am turning around the argument made by David Riesman in The Lonely Crowd.
The crowd may be on the side of Luciano, but the champ has got the skill to win and that's what matters.
Seeing the son of a whore throwing rocks at a crowd, he said: "Be careful, you could hit your father."
She caught sight of the tautology that she was looking for in a crowd of other, equally useless and potentially dangerous, tautologies.
When the All Blacks came out onto the field a roar like 'woooaahh' swept over the crowd.
A large crowd of Americans gathered outside the White House to celebrate the death of a human being in the same manner as they would celebrate winning a football game.
The unpopular politician was frequently given the razz by the crowd during his speech.
When he scored the winning goal in the final minute, the crowd went wild.
/kraʊd/ of football supporters, fans, spectators, commuters - A crowd of about 15,000 attended the concert.
Goats were everywhere! They crowded the little shop.
Crowd sourcing varies from person to person.
The modern world is a crowd of very rapid racing cars all brought to a standstill and stuck in a block of traffic.
A big crowd of demonstrators were protesting against cuts in health spending.
It is almost impossible to bear the torch of truth through a crowd without singeing somebody’s beard.
English word "kalabalık"(crowd) occurs in sets:Turkish Words: Top 1000 Nouns 501 - 525