Flock – meaning of the word and examples

A group of sheep, goats, or birds. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A large group of people, usually people of a particular type. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A number of birds of one kind feeding, resting, or travelling together. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A number of domestic animals, especially sheep, goats, or geese, that are kept together. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A large number or crowd of people. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A group of animals (such as birds or sheep) assembled or herded together. (Merriam – Webster)

A group under the guidance of a leader. (Merriam – Webster)

A large number. (Merriam – Webster)

Flock of birds, sheep, or goats is a group of them. (Collins Dictionary)

You can refer to a group of people or things as a flock of them to emphasise that there are a lot of them. (Collins Dictionary)

If people flock to a particular place or event, a very large number of them go there, usually because it is pleasant or interesting. (Collins Dictionary)


Why Do Birds Flock?


Flock. Wiktionary.



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