What is the opposite of crowd?

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Noun
Opposite of a group of people assembled together in a disorganized manner
“It can only be described as an utter failure that only one individual turned up to the show.”
Noun
(typically of people) Opposite of describing a big collective group
“An entity was spotted in the distant hills through a blurry telescope located at the peak of the mountain.”
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Opposite of an assembly of people with a common interest
“The young girl was made a social pariah after a few controversial comments that drew widespread condemnation.”
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Opposite of the common people of a nation
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Opposite of the act of meeting or coming together at the same point
Noun
(some) Opposite of a large, densely packed crowd of people or animals
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(few) Opposite of a large, densely packed crowd of people or animals
“There were a few of them standing in front of the facade.”
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Opposite of the assembled spectators or listeners at a public event such as a play, film, concert, or meeting
“The play kept everybody in the theatre riveted from start to finish.”
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Opposite of a large number of people or things doing or undergoing the same thing
Noun
Opposite of a large, densely packed crowd of people or animals
“A small group of troublemakers were making their way into town.”
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Opposite of a gathering of persons considered as a unit
“He was a member of New York City society and a patron of the arts.”
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Opposite of people who have gathered together
“An individual was loitering outside the shop.”
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Opposite of a common person, someone of a lower class
Noun
Opposite of someone who views something, typically a show or spectacle
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Opposite of a state of being forced into a small or restricted space
Verb
(round/around) Opposite of to gather tightly in a large mass of people
“The mass of people started to disperse when the action began to dwindle.”
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(crowd into) Opposite of to press forward into an area, especially with limited space
“After waiting in line in what seemed like an unmovable queue, it was probably wise to retreat from the congregation and cut our losses.”
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Opposite of to fill a small or restricted area with people or things
“In the aftermath of the landmark collapse, efforts were put in place to abandon the area.”
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Opposite of to suffocate a person's space as if to coerce them into doing something
“He tried his best to make conversation but would relent when it became obvious she wasn't interested.”
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Opposite of to crowd into
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Opposite of to fill or crowd around or into a place or area
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Opposite of force into a narrow space
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Opposite of to pack or fill very tightly
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Opposite of to bump or push roughly
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Opposite of to force into a narrow or tight space
“A pipe already connected the two, but the problem was finding a way to coax a cable through the pipe.”
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Opposite of to compress or cram items, especially to fit into a container
Distribute the items uniformly in the box so that it closes comfortably without crushing or breaking the contents inside.”
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Opposite of to hinder or block the passage of something moving
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Opposite of to force (something) into place or into a (compact) space
“The prince was determined to find the mysterious princess, and he knew that only she could fit her foot snugly into the glass slipper.”
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Opposite of to move or arrive in a sudden manner or in large quantities
“After a minute or so of forcibly slow, controlled breathing, she felt the panic fade.”
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Opposite of force together
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Opposite of to exist in abundance
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Opposite of to overwhelm with an excessive amount of something
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