- filled to excess; packed.
- filled with a crowd: crowded streets.
- uncomfortably close together: crowded passengers on a bus.
Origin of crowded
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Examples from the Web for uncrowded
Unusual opportunities for men 19 to 55 in this uncrowded profession.
The atoms of the exosphere were lonely, uncrowded, isolated particles.First on the Moon
Hear me, you who live out in the uncrowded part of the country.
Mile on mile piled up as they drove along the uncrowded roads leading out of Morrisville.Missing at Marshlands
Most Fijians have broad, roomy jaws that permit complete and uncrowded tooth development.A Racial Study of the Fijians
Norman E. Gabel
- (of a confined space, area, etc) not containing too many people or things
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