cyrchfa, cyrchfeydd, chyrchfa, chyrchfeydd, gyrchfa, gyrchfeydd, nghyrchfa, nghyrchfeydd
Noun(1) a large gathering of people(2) a wide hallway in a building where people can walk(3) a coming together of people
(1) Following Requiem Mass today, the burial took place in the adjoining cemetery in the presence of another vast concourse of mourners.(2) A two-storey concourse building containing waiting rooms, ticket hall and offices occupies the south-west corner of the site, addressing a new square.(3) ├ö├ç├┐Dissipation of Energy├ö├ç├û follows in nature from the fortuitous concourse of atoms.(4) Unlike the previous evening's stay at Chicago's Metropolitan Lounge, this facility was not at all crowded, even though the waiting areas and the station concourse were pretty busy.(5) The glassy expanse of the curtain wall opens the concourse areas to the sky and the drama of arriving and departing aircraft.(6) a station concourse(7) But, in the back rooms of the main concourse , customs officials demand bribes from traders trying to import clothes, shoes or electrical goods into the country.(8) The Cardinal was greeted on arrival 46 years ago by a great concourse of parishioners who had gaily decorated the roads leading to the new church with bunting and scrolls, many of which were Irish.(9) So I thought it would be interesting to examine some of the mechanisms of Cinema through the unlikely concourse of these two giants.(10) The large concourse of mourners present on Friday evening and Saturday morning are evidence of the esteem in which the family are held by their community in Waterford and Margaret's native Dunhill.(11) The Bonatz station will become a public meeting place with restaurants and shops, and the floor of its concourse opened to make connection with the new platforms below via bridges.(12) A huge concourse of students, all but gaping with reverence, filled two rooms.(13) Surely the values of friendship, courage, and worship cannot be reduced to the concourse of atoms.(14) the domestic arrivals concourse(15) For we are in danger to be called in question for this day's uproar, there being no cause whereby we may give an account of this concourse .(16) the concourse of bodies
1. entrance ::
2. crowd ::
3. throng ::
4. confluence ::
Different Formsconcourse, concourses
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