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Crowded vs Multitudinous - What's the difference?

crowded | multitudinous |


As adjectives the difference between crowded and multitudinous

is that crowded is containing too many of something; teeming while multitudinous is existing in great numbers; innumerable.

As a verb crowded

is (crowd).

Crowded vs Heaving - What's the difference?

crowded | heaving |


As adjectives the difference between crowded and heaving

is that crowded is containing too many of something; teeming while heaving is (informal) crowded with people.

As verbs the difference between crowded and heaving

is that crowded is (crowd) while heaving is .

As a noun heaving is

an occasion on which something heaves or is heaved.

Crowded vs Huddled - What's the difference?

crowded | huddled |


As adjectives the difference between crowded and huddled

is that crowded is containing too many of something; teeming while huddled is crowded together in a huddle.

As verbs the difference between crowded and huddled

is that crowded is (crowd) while huddled is (huddle).

Crowded vs Overladen - What's the difference?

crowded | overladen | Synonyms |

Crowded is a synonym of overladen.


As adjectives the difference between crowded and overladen

is that crowded is containing too many of something; teeming while overladen is packed heavily, especially beyond normal capacity; overloaded: a tray overladen with food'', ''a trunk overladen with clothes .

As a verb crowded

is (crowd).

Crowded vs Chockablock - What's the difference?

crowded | chockablock |


As adjectives the difference between crowded and chockablock

is that crowded is containing too many of something; teeming while chockablock is (nautical) (of a ship's hoisting tackle) having the blocks drawn close together so no further movement is possible, as when the tackle is hauled to the utmost.

As a verb crowded

is (crowd).

As a adverb chockablock is

in a crowded manner; as completely or closely as possible.

Crowded vs Jostle - What's the difference?

crowded | jostle |


As verbs the difference between crowded and jostle

is that crowded is (crowd) while jostle is (ambitransitive) to bump into or brush against while in motion; to push aside.

As a adjective crowded

is containing too many of something; teeming.

As a noun jostle is

an experience in which jostling occurs.

Crowded vs Teeming - What's the difference?

crowded | teeming |


As verbs the difference between crowded and teeming

is that crowded is (crowd) while teeming is (teem).

As a adjective crowded

is containing too many of something; teeming.

Crowded vs Dense - What's the difference?

crowded | dense |


As adjectives the difference between crowded and dense

is that crowded is containing too many of something; teeming while dense is having relatively high density.

As a verb crowded

is (crowd).

What is the difference between crowded and thick?

crowded | thick |


As adjectives the difference between crowded and thick

is that crowded is containing too many of something; teeming while thick is relatively great in extent from one surface to the opposite in its smallest solid dimension.

As verbs the difference between crowded and thick

is that crowded is (crowd) while thick is (archaic|transitive) to thicken.

As a adverb thick is

in a thick manner.

As a noun thick is

the thickest, or most active or intense, part of something.

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