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verb [intransitive] American English pronunciation: huddle /ˈhʌd(ə)l/ 
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present tense
I/you/we/theyhuddle
he/she/ithuddles
present participlehuddling
past tensehuddled
past participlehuddled

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    huddle

    or

    huddle together

    or

    huddle up

    to move close together in order to stay warm, feel safe, or talk
    huddle around:

    We huddled around the fire for warmth.

    huddle with:

    Several aides huddled with the president, discussing strategy.

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