Noun(1) a headlong rush of people on a common impulse(2) a wild headlong rush of frightened animals (horses or cattle
Verb(1) cause to run in panic(2) cause a group or mass of people to act on an impulse or hurriedly and impulsively(3) act, usually en masse, hurriedly or on an impulse(4) run away in a stampede
(1) don't let them stampede us into anything(2) Brands took to the mountains, bike trails, ski slopes and other destinations in a stampede of marketers trying to flee the clutter of the mass market.(3) What normally seemed like a soft tiptoe, was now a stampede of horses.(4) They lost the child in a stampede of people rushing to higher ground.(5) Jonine ducked behind me, her chin bumping into my shoulder as a sudden stampede of underclassmen came pushing past from the other direction.(6) This year, over-exuberant noise caused the animals to stampede , and several onlookers were seriously injured, including Nobatule's husband.(7) A couple have told how they are lucky to be alive after a horse pulling their carriage ran amok and started a stampede during a holiday pleasure trip.(8) He felt like he'd been dragged behind a stampede of horses, maybe he had.(9) A section of fencing was broken down and advertising hoardings flattened in the stampede as rival fans charged from end to end of the pitch.(10) the herd was fleeing back to the high land in a wild stampede(11) Crowds of shoppers stampede their supermarkets.(12) The sound of a car revving up and suddenly moving reached my ears, and it was not long before a black car came to my side with a stampede of crazed animals following.(13) This cheap cartoon series has caused a knee-high gold rush, as children stampede to spend their monthly allowance (once known as pocket money) on the cult.(14) When Elizabeth saw Will, she could not contain herself and the question burst from her lips like a stampede of wild horses, ├ö├ç├┐who was it from, Will?├ö├ç├û(15) One of the horses bolted - possibly because it had been bitten or stung by an insect - and caused the rest of the animals to stampede .(16) What sounded like a stampede of wild rhinoceroses roused her from her sleep.
1. charge ::
2. panic ::
3. rush ::
4. flight ::
5. rout ::
6. bolt ::
7. charge ::
9. take flight ::
10. race ::
11. rush ::
12. career ::
13. sweep ::
14. run ::
Different Formsstampede, stampeded, stampedes, stampeding
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