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crowded very closely together
containing the largest amount that will fit in a particular place
containing a lot of people, especially too many
full of people
containing a lot of things or people close together
small and crowded
with so many vehicles or people that it is difficult to move around
containing or consisting of an extremely large number of people, animals, or objects that are all moving around
used to describe something which is done more carefully and over a longer period of time …
said in a way that is intended to make someone feel stupid or bad
the practice of giving birth in the presence of several friends and relatives
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