Why, SHE, of course,' said the Dodo, pointing to Alice with one finger; and the whole party at once crowded round
her, calling out in a confused way, `Prizes
Supper done, they crowded round
the fire again, and, as is common on such occasions, propounded all manner of leading questions calculated to surround the story with new horrors and surprises.
She thought of her clerical father in his country parsonage, and of her mother's death, and of her own determination to obtain education, and of her college life, which had merged, not so very long ago, in the wonderful maze of London, which still seemed to her, in spite of her constitutional level-headedness, like a vast electric light, casting radiance upon the myriads of men and women who crowded round
Others crowded round
the swinging doors of the coffee-house in the piazza.
When these symptoms had in some degree subsided, the gentlemen who were on speaking terms with Sir Matthew Pupker, or the two other members, crowded round
them in three little groups, near one or other of which the gentlemen who were NOT on speaking terms with Sir Matthew Pupker or the two other members, stood lingering, and smiling, and rubbing their hands, in the desperate hope of something turning up which might bring them into notice.
They all tossed off their glasses, and crowded round
Zverkov to kiss him.
de Treville, the whole assemblage rushed into the cabinet, he not thinking to shut the door against anyone, and all crowded round
the wounded man.
After I had eaten and drunk of the most delicate food and rarest wines, the ladies crowded round
me and begged me to tell them all my adventures.
When they saw the strangers they crowded round
them, took them by the hand and bade them take their places.
Between five and six o'clock in the morning we got up, and some of us went on deck, to give them an opportunity of taking the shelves down; while others, the morning being very cold, crowded round
the rusty stove, cherishing the newly kindled fire, and filling the grate with those voluntary contributions of which they had been so liberal all night.
By degrees, however, as some of it cleared away through the open door, an assemblage of heads, as confused as the noises that greeted the ear, might be made out; and as the eye grew more accustomed to the scene, the spectator gradually became aware of the presence of a numerous company, male and female, crowded round
a long table: at the upper end of which, sat a chairman with a hammer of office in his hand; while a professional gentleman with a bluish nose, and his face tied up for the benefit of a toothache, presided at a jingling piano in a remote corner.
The bar loafers crowded round
him and shook him heartily by the hand.