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flock1

flock1

 
 
pronunciation:
flak
parts of speech:
noun, verb
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: a group of animals or birds of one kind that stay or are kept together, such as geese or sheep.
The shepherd watched over his flock of sheep.
 
synonyms:
drove, herd
similar words:
band, fold, multitude, pack, swarm
definition 2: a large group of people or things.
A flock of reporters gathered around the actor.
synonyms:
army, horde, host, mass, multitude, throng
similar words:
band, crowd, crush, drove, gang, herd, legion, mob, press, swarm
 
part of speech: verb
inflections: flocked, flocking, flocks
definition: to gather or travel in a crowd, group, or flock.
People flocked to the new museum on opening day.
synonyms:
swarm, throng
similar words:
band, crowd, herd, mass, mill
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