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Pronunciation of Huddles: Learn how to pronounce Huddles in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word huddle:

1 [no object, with adverbial] crowd together; nestle closely:
they huddled together for warmth
curl one’s body into a small space:
she huddled up close to him
2 [with object and adverbial] British heap together in a disorderly manner:
a man with his clothes all huddled on anyhow
3 [no object] North American have a private discussion; confer:
the colonel huddled with A.J. at the dining-room table
a close grouping of people or things:
a huddle of huts
a number of people gathered together to speak about private or secret matters:
she found her boyfriend in a huddle with one of the city’s notorious gossip columnists
a brief gathering of players during a game to receive instructions, especially in American Football:
he controls the huddle and the team better than anybody else
[mass noun] archaic confusion; bustle:
the service was performed with more harmony and less huddle than I have known it
late 16th century (in the sense ‘conceal’): perhaps of Low German origin