informal a person, object, event, etc, that attracts a large audience
Stand Apart from the Crowd (with Parentheses)Parentheses offset text that isn’t important to the meaning of a sentence. Things like extra information, clarifications, asides, or citations. The information inside the parentheses can be as short as a number or a word, or it can be as long as a few sentences. Parentheses always appear in pairs. They’re often used where commas would also be appropriate. Clarifying and Adding Extra A sentence …
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- crowd pleaser,
- crowd surf,
- crowder pea
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