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stampede

any sudden large-scale movement or other action, such as a rush of people to support a candidate
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If you want to see where all the top totty goes, come down here, '' said Steve conspiratorily, prompting a mass stampede from the pub posse.
Once this information is released, there will be a mass stampede by many fans to confirm their travel arrangements.
While stewards and police had to break up battles in three of the four stands at Villa Park, check a mass stampede towards the Birmingham fans at one terrace and take three pitch invaders off to the cells on Monday night, the behaviour of the Manchester fans on Sunday was hardly much better.