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cluster together

To gather or bunch together. The kids clustered together to watch the clown make balloon animals. Why are all of our nicest Christmas ornaments clustered together on one side of the tree?
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cluster together

to bunch or group together. All of the bats clustered together on the roof of the cave. The children clustered together in small groups here and there on the playground.
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References in classic literature ?
They are going down the swell, towards the encampment," he continued, in his former guarded tones; "no, they halt in the bottom, and are clustering together like deer, in council.
In a herd, merino sheep follow a predictable pattern of spreading out and clustering together.
Fashion companies can strengthen their business by clustering together," said Buslik.
In fact the most essential public goods can be produced only by clustering together administrative functions, and by integrating a myriad of government and non-government institutions into an interdependent democratic community.
Gay leaders wonder where else in the city the decidedly adult fare will be welcomed, as current zoning regulations prohibit such businesses from clustering together.
Oil and oil-related stocks are clustering together near the top of the SPX rankings today.
3 billion years ago, then paleomagnetically derived positions should show the continents clustering together at that time.
Bizgres MPP is the first solution that enables companies to deploy terabyte-scale data warehouses that rival the performance of today's state of the art systems, at a fraction of the cost, by simply clustering together low-cost hardware from industry-leading vendors like HP, Dell, Sun and Rackable.