1 He admitted that he had stage fright at the thought of the coming horde.
2 He plays like one possessed by a demon, by a whole horde of demons.
3 A horde of grimy children populated the street.
4 Many loyal field hands also refused to avail themselves of the new freedom, but the hordes of "trashy free issue niggers," who were causing most of the trouble, were drawn largely from the field-hand class.
5 It was the "simple country wedding" to which guests are convoyed in special trains, and from which the hordes of the uninvited have to be fended off by the intervention of the police.
6 The hordes of the way-train were not altogether new to Carol.
7 The people had come in hordes; and old Durham had squeezed them tighter and tighter, speeding them up and grinding them to pieces and sending for new ones.
8 Just so it was in Packingtown; the whole district braced itself for the struggle that was an agony, and those whose time was come died off in hordes.
9 Some talked of gray, bewhiskered hordes who were advancing with relentless curses and chewing tobacco with unspeakable valor; tremendous bodies of fierce soldiery who were sweeping along like the Huns.
10 This uproar explained a celestial battle; it was tumbling hordes a-struggle in the air.
11 Upon the old crooked burgess streets hordes of oldish blackened miners' dwellings crowded, lining the roads out.