huddles

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third-person singular of huddle
plural of huddle
huddle
a dense and disorderly crowd
huddle
to crowd together as when distressed or in fear

During all these operations the apes who had entered sat huddled near the door watching their chief, while those outside strained and crowded to catch a glimpse of what transpired within.

huddle
to curl one's legs up to the chest and keep one's arms close to the torso; to crouch; to assume a position similar to that of an embryo in the womb
huddle
{n} a crowd, collection, confusion, tumult
huddle
{v} to do or put on in a hurry, to crowd
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to curl ones legs up to the chest and keep ones arms close to the torso; to crouch; to assume a position similar to that of an embryo in the womb
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{i} small cluster of people or animals; bunch, closely gathered mass; secret conference; group of players gathered to receive playing instructions (Football)
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a disorganized and densely packed crowd; "a huddle of frightened women"
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a quick private conference
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If you huddle somewhere, you sit, stand, or lie there holding your arms and legs close to your body, usually because you are cold or frightened. She huddled inside the porch as she rang the bell Myrtle sat huddled on the side of the bed, weeping. = hunch
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A brief gathering among members of the offensive or defensive teams in order to receive instructions for the upcoming play
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The action of the players grouping together to plan the next play(s) As a noun, the group itself
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To press together promiscuously, from confusion, apprehension, or the like; to crowd together confusedly; to press or hurry in disorder; to crowd
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crouch or curl up; "They huddled outside in the rain
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To do, make, or put, in haste or roughly; hence, to do imperfectly; usually with a following preposition or adverb; as, to huddle on; to huddle up; to huddle together
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crowd or draw together; "let's huddle together--it's cold!"
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If people huddle in a group, they gather together to discuss something quietly or secretly. Off to one side, Sticht, Macomber, Jordan, and Kreps huddled to discuss something The president has been huddling with his most senior aides Mrs Clinton was huddled with advisers at her headquarters
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a brief meeting of all the players from one team that are on the field with the purpose of planning the following play
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a quick private conference a disorganized and densely packed crowd; "a huddle of frightened women" crowd or draw together; "let's huddle together--it's cold!" crouch or curl up; "They huddled outside in the rain
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A meeting that occurs each day, morning, or other agreed-upon time, wherein the entire staff reviews the daily schedule and patient charts
huddle
a quick private conference a disorganized and densely packed crowd; "a huddle of frightened women"
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A crowd; a number of persons or things crowded together in a confused manner; tumult; confusion
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{f} crowd together, gather together; snuggle; consult together secretly; gather into a group to receive playing instructions (Football)
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If people huddle together or huddle round something, they stand, sit, or lie close to each other, usually because they all feel cold or frightened. Tired and lost, we huddled together The survivors spent the night huddled around bonfires
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to form a huddle
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A huddle is a small group of people or things that are standing very close together or lying on top of each other, usually in a disorganized way. We lay there: a huddle of bodies, gasping for air
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A longer than usual pause preceding an action in the bidding or the play of a hand
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crouch or curl up; "They huddled outside in the rain"
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When the offensive team makes a circle behind the line of scrimmage, to call the next play
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A meeting where the quarterback announces the play to his teammates
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To crowd (things) together to mingle confusedly; to assemble without order or system
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