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British pronunciation/flˈɒk/
American pronunciation/ˈfɫɑk/
Flock
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a group of birds of the same type, flying and feeding together

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a number of domestic animals such as goats or sheep that are kept together

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a large number of people, especially those who share a common characteristic

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a church congregation guided by a pastor

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an orderly crowd

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to flock
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move as a crowd or in a group

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to gather in a group

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With a rustle of feathers, the flock of migrating birds landed in the treetops, seeking refuge for the night.
With a whoosh of feathers, the flock of pigeons took flight, scattering in all directions as a car passed by.
The flock of seagulls squawked and screeched as they fought over scraps of food along the shoreline.
As the sun set, the flock of flamingos congregated at the water's edge, their vibrant plumage casting a pink hue over the marsh.
With a flutter of wings, the flock of sparrows descended upon the bird feeder, chirping excitedly as they feasted.
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