Meaning of huddle
Pronunciation: (hud'l), [key]
— v., n. -dled, -dling,
- to gather or crowd together in a close mass.
- to crouch, curl up, or draw oneself together.
- to get together in a huddle.
- to confer or consult; meet to discuss, exchange ideas, or make a decision.
- to heap or crowd together closely.
- to draw (oneself&hasp;) closely together, as in crouching; nestle (often fol. by up).
- to do hastily and carelessly (often fol. by up, over, or together).
- to put on (clothes) with careless haste (often fol. by on).
- a closely gathered group, mass, or heap; bunch.
- a gathering of the offensive team in a close circle or line behind the line of scrimmage for instructions, signals, etc., from the team captain or quarterback, usually held before each offensive play.
- a conference, or consultation, esp. a private meeting to discuss serious matters: The labor representatives have been in a huddle for two hours.
- confusion or disorder.
- huddle (Thesaurus)