One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
predicative Crowded; full of moving beings or objects.‘the streets were aswarm with vendors’
- ‘We know that the universe may be aswarm with planets.’
- ‘By Wednesday, Sheridan was aswarm with inquisitive and sympathetic strangers asking troubling questions.’
- ‘They rose before dawn and stepped out beneath a moonless sky aswarm with stars.’
- ‘Explore coral formations, underwater walls and sheltered caverns aswarm with fish of all colors.’
- ‘For Rodney the imaginary hotel was an idealized vision of an elegantly-appointed hotel, aswarm with chic guests.’
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