[kroo-dee, kroh-, kroo d-ee] /ˈkru di, ˈkroʊ-, ˈkrʊd i/
noun, plural crowdies. Scot. and North England.
a dish of meal, especially oatmeal and water, or sometimes milk, stirred together; gruel; brose; porridge.
a porridge of meal and water; brose
a cheese-like dish made by straining the whey from soured milk and beating up the remaining curd with salt
[kroud] /kraʊd/ noun 1. a large number of persons gathered closely together; throng: a crowd of angry people. 2. any large number of persons. 3. any group or set of persons with something in common: The restaurant attracts a theater crowd. 4. audience; attendance: Opening night drew a good crowd. 5. the common people; the […]
noun 1. a person, performance, etc., having great popular appeal.
noun a person, group, or event that attracts a large audience
- Crowd someone
verb To press or importune someone; encroach on someone’s territory or safety: Don’t crowd me now, just let me handle it (1839+)