Throngs sentence example

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  • They parade in dense throngs and make the street impassable.

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  • You toss your bouquet at throngs of single but hopeful women.

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  • The food was passable, the price reasonable and the volume exces­sive, but none of these things were worth the constant hassle of fighting the warm weather throngs that habitually crowded the entrance, impatiently awaiting their chance to dine in "The shore's largest dispenser of the banquet of the sea."

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  • Tuxedos, when all is said and done, are inherently rather similar, and shoes don't usually inspire throngs of men to rush to the store the morning after a major awards show to grab a pair for themselves.

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  • Although the technology is still relatively new, Citizen has obliged the throngs of fascinated female consumers by offering an exciting array of Eco-Drives made especially for the fair gender.

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  • Not everyone's personality thrives when losing weight through a gym membership, because not everyone desires the experience of sharing equipment, sweat, and self-consciousness with throngs of strangers.

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  • What draws throngs of visitors, however, is the oldest recorded tree in the world.

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  • Humanists must colonize the new space along with the rest of the teeming multitude that throngs the Internet Fair.

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  • He sent an underling to brave the bow-tied throngs.

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  • His own favourite ascetics, the Therapeutae, whose chief centre was in Egypt, had renounced property and all its temptations, and fled, irrevocably abandoning brothers, children, wives, parents, throngs of kinsmen, intimacy of friends, the fatherlands where they were born and bred (see Therapeutae).

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  • Thread your way between the vehicles and join the throngs of tourists along the path into the gorge.

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  • Thus within eight years the range of territory from which Vienna drew its former throngs of wealthy pleasure-seeking visitors and more or less permanent inhabitants - Italian, German and Hungarian - was enormously restricted.

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  • He visited the Hotel-Dieu morning and evening, performing at each_ time several operations, lectured to vast throngs of students,.

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  • While he never believed he'd overlooked her among the throngs of women he'd met, he had heard even his sisters speak of the missing lifemate and how he had refused every woman on the planet and perhaps somehow overlooked her.

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  • Four stops later, she rose and tucked the book away, wading through the throngs of people to the door as the train slowed.

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