a host of; a horde of; a swarm of; a cloud of (insects, birds, etc.); a crowd of
n.主机,主人,旅馆招待 vt.当主人招待horde [hɔ:d]
- A great crowd had turned up.
- My handwriting looks as if a swarm of ants, escaping from an ink bottle, had walked over a sheet of paper without wiping their legs.
- A large multitude had assembled to hear him preach.
- A patient throng was waiting in silence.
- Aunt Harriet presided over an invisible army of servants that continuously scrubbed, cleaned, and published.
- Field an army of campaign workers.
- The group of onlookers soon swelled (in)to a crowd.
- Milan n.h.-as a group of white-tailed deer hesitates at the edge of the woods logger rick gagne strides across his yard with a bucket of molasses-sweetened grain calling "come on! Come on and eat!"
- General goring called as witness entered the courtroom soon after ten o'clock with a large following of adc's in police air service and nazi uniform and of officials in plain clothes.
- The men I hunt down are cowards.
- In the spring a huge gathering of fish called many-lined sweetlips congregate in the northern barrier reef at a place called the cod hole a series of big coral heads protected from the outer edge by the ramparts of the barrier reef.
- A vast crowd impacted the square.
- But whole herds of cattle.
- They were indeed a queer-looking party that assembled on the bank--the birds with draggled feathers the animals with their fur clinging close to them and all dripping wet cross and uncomfortable.
- For soon the large-faced king and the fair-faced queen came in their golden coach attended by the shining bull's eye of their court a glittering multitude of laughing ladies and fine lords;