Associations to the word «Huddle»
HUDDLE, noun. A dense and disorderly crowd
HUDDLE, noun. (American football) a brief meeting of all the players from one team that are on the field with the purpose of planning the following play.
HUDDLE, verb. (intransitive) To crowd together as when distressed or in fear.
HUDDLE, verb. (intransitive) To curl one's legs up to the chest and keep one's arms close to the torso; to crouch; to assume a position similar to that of an embryo in the womb.
HUDDLE, verb. To get together and discuss.
HUDDLE, verb. (intransitive) (American football) To form a huddle.
HUDDLE, verb. (transitive) To crowd (things) together; to mingle confusedly; to assemble without order or system.
HUDDLE, verb. (transitive) To do, make, or put, in haste or roughly; hence, to do imperfectly; usually with a following preposition or adverb (huddle on, huddle up, huddle together).
HUDDLE, adjective. Muted, as if emitted by a huddled embryo
HUDDLE, proper noun. A patronymic surname.
HUDDLE, noun. (informal) a quick private conference.
HUDDLE, noun. A disorganized and densely packed crowd; "a huddle of frightened women".
HUDDLE, verb. Crowd or draw together; "let's huddle together--it's cold!".
HUDDLE, verb. Crouch or curl up; "They huddled outside in the rain".
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