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Definition of: huddle

(hudl) v. hud·dled, hud·dling v.i.
1. To crowd closely together, as from fear or for warmth.
2. To draw or hunch oneself together, as from cold.
3. In football, to gather in a huddle.
v.t.

4. To bring together in a group or mass.
5. To draw or hunch (oneself) together.
6. To make or do hurriedly or carelessly.
7. To push or put hastily or confusedly.
noun

1. A confused crowd or collection.
2. In football, the grouping of a team before each play, in which signals and instructions are given.
3. Any small, intimate conference. [Origin uncertain]

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