crowd wereThe crowd were phenomenal tonight.’
large crowdOtherwise, the plush arena and a large crowd might prove too much to handle.
small crowdAt the far end I glimpsed a small crowd who stopped talking and drew apart at our approach.
through the crowdThe couple rushed through the crowd to carry Farrah indoors.
among the crowdAs the train pulled out of the station she searched back for Moran's face among the crowd and found it and waved.
crowd gatheredHe fell down on the pavement and the crowd gathered round him.
crowd outsideOn Thursday 10 October the crowd outside the small Town Hall was massive.
like the crowdBut I like the crowd I work with — some of them, anyhow.
big crowdTalks on parachuting, wine-making and family-planning (that attracted a big crowd) were more frequent than the occasional visit by a councillor.