We have no meanings for "work the crowd" in our records yet.
I have to work the crowd and keep them encouraged and entertained.
It was easier to work the crowd separately, they'd found.
Even at a wedding you have to work the crowd.
He hires on as a secondary, helps with the crime scene before wandering off to work the crowd.
He knows how to work the crowd and his dogs, Champ and Bella, know how to work the sheep.
They had seen a "great vocalist" on that stage at Tramps, a technical singer who also knew how to work the crowd.
They did not see the active work the crowds were doing.
A video of the event shows Trump smiling, joking and working the crowd.
The other dancers were outside, working the crowd, but she was not alone.
Electro-rapper Uffie works the crowd from the press pit Saturday afternoon at Coachella.
Sloop worked the crowd up into clapping and stomping and hooting like apes.
We threw away the scripts and worked the crowd like two old music-hall queens.
The pair worked the crowd seamlessly, trying to shake each hand that extended their way.
Throughout the square, vendors worked the crowd, selling papal coins, scented rosaries, and blessed crucifixes.
Several shrades worked the crowd in the wake of the killbeasts, riding about on panicked vertebrates.
He knew I was there but ignored me completely, working the crowd in his own nasty way.
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