Crowded [adjective]

Definition of Crowded:

busy, congested

Opposite/Antonyms of Crowded:

Sentence/Example of Crowded:

What could make Orlins stand out in this crowded field is her side career as a reality TV star, with two appearances on Survivor and one on The Amazing Race.

Tlaib and Jones faced off in crowded primaries, with Tlaib ultimately winning the regular primary and Jones the special.

To cite a famous example, the First Amendment won’t protect one for yelling “fire” in a crowded theater.

Imagine you’re on your daily commute to work, driving along a crowded highway while trying to resist looking at your phone.

When he rated a backyard barbecue, he was thinking of a crowded event, where people roam from indoors to out and back again, and masks are scarce.

A lot of the predictions we hear about the future involve a hot, crowded planet, one where we need some serious science to figure out how to feed everyone and control rising global temperatures.

Knewz is entering a crowded field, dominated by tech giants such as Google News and Apple News.

You can take the help of a web designing firm to create visuals that can get noticed in crowded social media feeds.

In this struggle, let’s discuss the role of Twitter, one of the most crowded social media platforms.

Customers may not be comfortable heading straight back into crowded retail environments.