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serried

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishserriedser‧ried /ˈserid/ adjective [no comparative, usually before noun] literary  CROWDstanding or arranged closely together in rows the serried ranks of reporters waiting outside
Examples from the Corpus
serriedDexter stood at the back of the conference suite behind the video cameras and serried ranks of reporters.At least a hundred thousand people surrounded the cathedral where the chiefs in all their finery were massed in serried ranks.As the waters recede, their spawning tunnels can be seen in serried rows in the flood bank.serried ranksAt least a hundred thousand people surrounded the cathedral where the chiefs in all their finery were massed in serried ranks.Dexter stood at the back of the conference suite behind the video cameras and serried ranks of reporters.There were occasions to admire the police enmasse as they marched in serried ranks to patriotic tunes from the Police Band.
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