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HUD'DLE, verb intransitive

1. To crowd; to press together promiscuously, without order or regularity. We say of a throng of people, they huddle together.

2. To move in a promiscuous throng without order; to press or hurry in disorder. The people huddle along, or huddle into the house.

HUD'DLE, verb transitive To put on in haste and disorder; as, she huddled on her clothes.

1. To cover in haste or carelessly.

2. To perform in haste and disorder.

3. To throw together in confusion; to crowd together without regard to order; as, to huddle propositions together.

HUD'DLE, noun A crowd; a number of persons or things crowded together without order or regularity; tumult; confusion.