She was threading her way through the crowd.
I couldn't get through the crush.
It is impolite to elbow your way through the crowd
He pushed and pulled and butted until he got me through the crowd.
We plowed our way through the crowd.
I threaded my way through the crowd with the dog at my heels.
The detective threaded his way through the crowds, always keeping the suspect in view
A teenager in a leather jacket jostled his way through crowd, looking for trouble.
He elbowed his way through the crowd towards the rostrum.
squeeze through a gap in the hedge/through a crowd
We had to fight through the crowded streets.
He tried in vain to push through the crowd.
I had to squeeze my way through the crowd.
The ambulance-men had to elbow their way through the huge crowd standing round the crashed cars.
She pushed her way swiftly through the crowds, past the packed, hysterical mob surging in the open space of Five Points, and hurried as fast as she could down the short block toward the depot.
He shouldered his way through a crowd.
We'll never get through that crowd of people; they're packed in there cheek and jowl.
You will never get through that crowd of people;they are packed in there cheek by jowl.