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  1. flock
    IPA[fläk]
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. congregate or mass in a flock or large group:

      students flocked to spring break sites
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: flock, plural noun: flocks

    • v.: verb: flock, 3rd person present: flocks, gerund or present participle: flocking, past tense: flocked, past participle: flocked

    • noun

      a soft material for stuffing cushions, quilts, and other soft furnishings, made of wool refuse or torn-up cloth:

      powdered wool or cloth, sprinkled on wallpaper, cloth, or metal to make a raised pattern.

    • noun

      a number of birds of one kind feeding, resting, or travelling together:

      a number of domestic animals, especially sheep, goats, or geese, that are kept together:

    • verb

      (of birds) congregate in a flock:

      move or go together in a crowd:

    • noun

      a soft material for stuffing cushions, quilts, and other soft furnishings, made of wool refuse or torn-up cloth:

      powdered wool or cloth, used in making flock wallpaper.

    • noun

      wallpaper sized and sprinkled with powdered wool to make a raised pattern.
    • people of the same sort or with the same tastes and interests will be found together
    • people of the same sort or with the same tastes and interests will be found together
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