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  • You know the boys have been flocking round her for more than a year. Cited from Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason's Corner Folks, by Charles Felton Pidgin
  • People flocked to study her lines on the ways and see her launched. Cited from American Merchant Ships and Sailors, by Willis J. Abbot
  • His family is more than happy to welcome him back into the flock.
  • This species is often seen as single individuals, but it will form small flocks.
  • Despite high or low water levels, flocks of people line the lake to fish each summer.
  • Flock took the early lead, before he and Hall got together in the south turn.
  • They have been flocking in to see him ever since it was known he had arrived. Cited from Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation, by Frances Anne Kemble
  • It is usually in family groups or small flocks of up to seven birds.
  • Fans will slowly flock to the player's character after a few successful runs.
  • Yet his fame quickly became such that students flocked to him by the score. Cited from Bakemono Yashiki (The Haunted House), by James S. De Benneville
  • The people along the route flocked at the stations to see him and hear his words. Cited from Our American Holidays: Lincoln's Birthday, by Various
  • People flocked to look, but were kept from going too close by railway staff and police.
  • He stayed in the village to look after the flocks of those who were away.
  • Soon they came flocking to the spot, all the animals of the forest. Cited from The Curious Book of Birds, by Abbie Farwell Brown
  • By this time many of the women and children had again flocked out of the houses. Cited from The Mormon Prophet, by Lily Dougall
  • They were already flocking to the river in the effort to reach the other side. Cited from The Daughter of the Chieftain, by Edward S. Ellis
  • They flocked into the meeting-house and looked about them, all with the same expression in their eyes. Cited from Madelon, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • The people came flocking out of the town to see for themselves. Cited from The King Nobody Wanted, by Norman F. Langford
  • These birds are permanent residents and may join small mixed flocks in winter.
  • These birds are permanent residents and often join small mixed flocks in winter.
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Meaning of flock

  • noun A church congregation guided by a pastor
  • noun A group of birds
  • noun A group of sheep or goats
  • verb Move as a crowd or in a group
    Tourists flocked to the shrine where the statue was said to have shed tears