Huddle - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈhʌdl|  American pronunciation of the word huddle
Brit.  |ˈhʌd(ə)l|  British pronunciation of the word huddle

noun

- (informal) a quick private conference (syn: powwow)
- a disorganized and densely packed crowd

verb

- crowd or draw together
- crouch or curl up(syn: cower)

Examples

We huddled around the campfire.

The sheep huddled together for warmth.

The students huddled over their desks.

Union representatives are huddling to discuss the proposal.

The boss is in a huddle with the marketing director.

The quarterback called the offense into a huddle.

Secret huddles were held by five leading Republicans.

The cattle huddled together in a corner of the field, trying to keep dry.

We lay huddled together for warmth.

People huddled around the radio, waiting for news.

She huddled under the blankets.

The snow blew against his huddled body.

The executive board huddled to discuss the issue.

Huddles of men stood around talking.

let's huddle together--it's cold!

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: huddle
he/she/it: huddles
present participle: huddling
past tense: huddled
past participle: huddled
noun
singular: huddle
plural: huddles
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