TEEMING: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for TEEMING?

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Associations of "Teeming" (30 Words)

bazaarA fundraising sale of goods.
The church bazaar.
clumpForm a clump or clumps.
They sat on the wall in clumps of two and three.
compactA mass of powdered metal compacted together in preparation for sintering.
The rubbish was taken to the depot to be compacted.
compactlyTaking up no more space than necessary.
He wrote compactly but clearly.
compressSqueeze or press (two things) together.
Her face compressed into a frown.
compressionAn increase in the density of something.
congested(of a part of the body) abnormally full of blood.
Congested arteries.
congestionExcessive crowding.
The new bridge should ease congestion in the area.
constrictedEspecially tense; especially in some dialects.
Constricted air passages.
crowded(of a space) full of people, leaving little or no room for movement; packed.
A very crowded room.
denseHard to pass through because of dense growth.
As the storm cleared a dense fog came down.
filledOf purchase orders that have been filled.
Theirs was a house filled with laughter.
fullThe time when the Moon is fully illuminated.
Fully grown.
hairyHazardous and frightening.
A hairy tweed coat and skirt.
impenetrable(of matter) incapable of occupying the same space as other matter at the same time.
Impenetrable gloom.
jammedExtremely crowed or filled to capacity.
A suitcase jammed with dirty clothes.
lushProduced or growing in extreme abundance.
I had some really lush pressies.
luxuriateEnjoy (something) as a luxury; take self-indulgent delight in.
She was luxuriating in a long bath.
narrowedReduced in size as by squeezing together.
A narrowed view of the world.
nonporousNot porous; especially not having vessels that appear as pores.
overcrowdCrowd together too much.
Try not to overcrowd the leaflet with text.
packedExtremely crowed or filled to capacity.
A packed theater.
pressedCompacted by ironing.
Immaculately pressed trousers.
removalDismissal from office.
His fellow employees formed guards of honour at the removal and funeral.
thickSpoken as if with a thick tongue.
The top was thick with dust.
thicklyIn a concentrated manner.
The meat was too thickly cut and impossible to chew.
tightlySecurely fixed or fastened.
Tightly reasoned arguments.
trafficVehicles moving on a public highway.
Europe s air traffic.
underbrushShrubs and small trees forming the undergrowth in a forest.
widthThe extent of something from side to side.
A single width of hardboard.

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