Friday, 18 July 2014



1. a heaped or crowded mass of people or things
2. (informal) a private or impromptu conference
3. to crowd or cause to crowd or nestle closely together
4. (often followed by “up”) to draw or hunch (oneself), as through cold
5. (intr.) (informal) to meet and confer privately
6. (trans.) (mainly British) to do (something) in a careless way
7. (trans.) (rare) to put on (clothes) hurriedly

Against the cold
Trees huddled together
Wet feet

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