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teem
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

3 uses
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Definition
to have a large number of things — especially things that are moving
  • Most of the county, it seemed, was there: the hall was teeming with slicked-up country people.
    p. 343.9
teeming = filled (with a large number of something)
  • Thus we came to know Dill as a pocket Merlin, whose head teemed with eccentric plans, strange longings, and quaint fancies.
    p. 10.1
  • teemed = was filled (with a large number of something)
  • Backstage, Cecil and I found the narrow hallway teeming with people: adults in homemade three-corner hats, Confederate caps, Spanish-American War hats, and World War helmets.
    p. 345.2
teeming = filled (with a large number of something)
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