Definition Of swarms
(of insects) move in or form a swarm.
a large or dense group of insects, especially flying ones.
The visual effect evoked a gentle snowstorm or a swarm of insects, associations which, it must be added, the artist regards as entirely incidental.
move somewhere in large numbers.
protesters were swarming into the building
Example Of swarms
A British aerospace company is now working on a top secret flight system which could allow a pilot to control swarms of unmanned planes from the air.
Africanised bees typically attack in swarms that are between three and four times the size of European honey bee swarms , which causes a greater number of stings.
Along the way, we remarked on the strange powdery consistency of the soil and marveled as we were surrounded by a swarm of infinitesimal white insects.
And the caribou swarming around the dumpster outside my apartment building are really, really scaring me.
And then we had swarms of earthquakes, which set everybody's nerves on edge.