They followed the crowd, which was thronging about the airship that Andy Foger had made, Tom had a glimpse of the machine.
A retreating regiment, thronging and hurrying, blocked the street.
The guests are thronging into the saloons to see happiness radiate from her countenance!
The twilight was coming down with thronging mysterious voices.
A flourish of trumpets and a discharge of artillery proclaimed the fact to the thronging multitudes on the outside.
Wagons had come in from country places and customers were thronging about them.
Who may say what thoughts are thronging through their souls!
It was about being closed, and the audience were thronging from the doors.
Rows of carriages lined the rural streets, and groups of well-dressed auditors were thronging to the hall of exhibition.
The crowd was thronging from the field, as Dick was carried into the dressing room.
c.1300, probably shortened from Old English geþrang "crowd, tumult" (related to verb þringan "to push, crowd, press"), from Proto-Germanic *thrangan (cf. Old Norse þröng, Dutch drang, German Drang "crowd, throng").
"go in a crowd," 1530s, from throng (n.). Related: Thronged; thronging.