Noun(1) a moving crowd(2) a group of many things in the air or on the ground
Verb(1) be teeming, be abuzz(2) move in large numbers
(1) The sequential character is known as an earthquake swarm , a phenomenon of periodic tremors that can continue for months or even a year before quieting.(2) Honey bees rarely swarm away from the hive and only sting if they are antagonised.(3) Researchers say a swarm of bouncing, spherical bots the size of baseballs could hop across the red planet to search for life.(4) Air flowing into your nose carries with it a swarm of complex organic molecules that get trapped in the mucus-rich lining of the nose's inner recesses.(5) The whole time he was on top of her, a swarm of tiny insects hanging over his right shoulder, she kept the woods in her peripheral vision.(6) The users' dislike of the application is actually caused by a swarm of tiny usability annoyances.(7) In January she had visited Slimbridge, the bird sanctuary on the Severn in Gloucestershire, to witness the famous flights of starlings that swarm there in their tens of thousands before roosting.(8) The moths swarm together for a moment, then disappear like candle flames going out.(9) The opening minutes saw the Trinity goal a swarm of bodies as Emmaus launched several attacks that had Trinity on the back foot.(10) Along the way, we remarked on the strange powdery consistency of the soil and marveled as we were surrounded by a swarm of infinitesimal white insects.(11) It permeates our affective landscape, impressing itself upon us so thoroughly that our very corporeal existence becomes host to a swarm of signs.(12) In March last year, the region saw a so-called seismic swarm - a series of around 350 small earthquakes, centred on the bulge itself about three miles away from the South Sister.(13) By month's end it lies less than a degree away from the famous Beehive star cluster, which appears in binoculars as a swarm of points.(14) Honeybees swarm , using hollows in trees which would otherwise be home to native birds or animals.(15) And even if you have the good luck to be healthy, a swarm of locusts could devour your crops, a tsunami could wash away your family, or a hurricane could blow apart your town.(16) The market opens out into a harbour where people swarm everywhere, mending nets and building brightly coloured boats.
(1) swarm of bees :: gaʻoʻi o lagomeli
1. hive ::
2. crowd ::
motu o tagata
3. cloud ::
4. horde ::
5. flock ::
6. teem ::
Different Formsswarm, swarmed, swarming, swarms
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