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English definition of “huddle”

huddle

  /ˈhʌd·əl/ verb (present participle huddling, past tense and past participle huddled)
to move closer to other people because you are cold or frightened: They huddled around the fire to keep warm.
(Definition of huddle verb from the Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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