flock flock  /f ˈlɑk/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a church congregation guided by a pastor
  2. (n) a group of birds
  3. (n) (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent
  4. (n) an orderly crowd
  5. (n) a group of sheep or goats
  6. (v) move as a crowd or in a group
  7. (v) come together as in a cluster or flock

Usage(s):

  1. Worse still, fewer engines mean fewer backups should a plane and a flock of birds cross paths.
  2. And so the last word via Suva is that stocky, jolly little Bishop Thomas Wade is out of jail and very busy protecting his flock from the Japs and the Japs from his flock.
  3. Nor does it have a universal leader such as the Pope the Archbishop makes no claims to infallibility and cannot dictate to his flock.

News

  1. What To See at Lodi Lake

    Folks flock to Lodi Lake to relax, but it`s also a place to learn about plants and animals. Alisa Becerra spends time with volunteer docents who lead morning tours, educating school-aged children about nature. …
    on June 21, 2013     Source: FOX40 Sacramento

  2. Fans Flock to 'The Sopranos' Diner in New Jersey to Pay Tribute

    Minutes after James Gandolfini fans learned of his death in Rome, they flocked to the New Jersey diner featured in the iconic final scene of the "The Sopranos" to pay tribute to the 51-year-old actor
    on June 20, 2013     Source: ABC News via Yahoo! News

  3. James Gandolfini’s Fans Flock To New Jersey Diner To Celebrate His Life

    When James Gandolfini died of a massive heart attack yesterday, it only took moments for fans of the Sopranos actor to flock to the New Jersey diner that he helped make famous. The actor was vacationing in Italy when he passed away at the young age of 51. Following his death, Holsten’s Brookdale Confectionary in Bloomfield,... Read more » James Gandolfini’s Fans Flock To New Jersey Diner To ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Inquisitr

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