Crush [noun]

Definition of Crush:

crowd of animate beings

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As made famous on the big screen in High Fidelity, mixtapes were the perfect way to woo your crush, or just impress your friends with how many obscure bands you’d heard of.

Facebook is, in particular, notorious for its attempts to copy and crush rivals, like Snapchat and now TikTok.

How to make a fortune tellerThis craft is one of the more difficult on this list, but we’ve placed it high up because of how common a tool it was for trying to find out if your crush liked you back, or if you were going to pass the next test.

The benefit, according to Rayl, is by everyone taking the same day off, there’s no pent-up crush of workload when people return—because no one else was assigning work while they were out either.

If you’re a little boy who has a crush on fox Robin Hood, maybe that leads you to accept yourself sooner.

Her feet crush creeping things: there is a busy ant or blazoned beetle, with its back broken, writhing in the dust, unseen.

The Emperor found he had no longer any reason to fear him, and for the moment determined to crush him completely.

There, in the crush, he unceremoniously lost her, and sped like a maniac to the entrance gates.

You have heard of my misfortunes, and you take a mean advantage of your knowledge to crush and kill me.

The Emperor staked his last card, and ordered the Guard to make one last effort to crush the English infantry.