Huddle [noun]

Definition of Huddle:

assemblage, crowd, often disorganized

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Sentence/Example of Huddle:

It’s the guys you get to go into the huddle with, and at the end of the day, those guys you’ve got to trust.

Video of the episode, which took place as the first quarter ended, appeared to show Peters propelling a substance from his mouth in Landry’s direction as the veteran wide receiver was headed toward his team’s huddle.

Though dominant winds can appear to push a huddle along the ice, the truth is more nuanced.

Gila Bend had exasperated him because it was not the town it called itself, but a huddle of adobe huts.

They huddle together side by side and on top of one another, and look like a pile of plump sausages.

For the guidance of these energetic folk of ink and types, I will unfold a further huddle of details.

Alongside one of the buildings I came upon her sitting in a huddle of her most treasured possessions.

Others came riding in, saw the huddle before the mess-tent and came up to investigate.

A huddle of buildings back of the house evidently made up the barns and out-houses, and chickens stalked at will in the roadside.

I'd met a few of them that afternoon, before it got dark and we all retreated to huddle near our own tents.