Its sheer size could make the crowding effect less noticeable than in a smaller city.
People seem to have a hidden assumption that every house in the District will eventually be crowding $1 million in value.
Due largely to crowding and high housing prices, 45 percent of couples in Hong Kong say they have given up having children.
To name just a few: a. "crowding out": the logic of Clintonomics.
Massive protests ensued with as many as 100,000 crowding Daley Plaza.
In the bleak bitterness of the chilling winter we can picture them crowding together for warmth.
Detectives were crowding round the witness, and had lifted him from the witness stand.
At such times the mackerel resemble famished wolves, snapping and crowding for the bait, rather than harmless fishes.
A one-step was just over, and the dancers were crowding the foyer.
Added to the discomfort and insalubrity of this crowding, they were almost penniless, having nothing but "Kossuth money."
crowding crowd·ing (krou'dĭng)
A condition in which the teeth are crowded in the dental arch, assuming altered positions, as by overlapping and twisting.