flock together

flock together

to gather together in great numbers. (*Typically said of birds and sheep.) A large number of blackbirds flocked together, making a lot of noise. Do sheep really flock together in a storm?
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And the moral of that is--"Birds of a feather flock together.
Yet half his strength he put not forth, but check'd His Thunder in mid Volie, for he meant Not to destroy, but root them out of Heav'n: The overthrown he rais'd, and as a Heard Of Goats or timerous flock together throngd Drove them before him Thunder-struck, pursu'd With terrors and with furies to the bounds And Chrystall wall of Heav'n, which op'ning wide, Rowld inward, and a spacious Gap disclos'd Into the wastful Deep; the monstrous sight Strook them with horror backward, but far worse Urg'd them behind; headlong themselvs they threw Down from the verge of Heav'n, Eternal wrauth Burnt after them to the bottomless pit.
The super-rich tend to flock together and probably manage to have a nice enough time commuting between their City offices and millionaire's row to shelter behind their high locked gates.
NEW YORK -- Seeking safer shores amid a public relations storm, birds of a feather who have been flying below the radar of corporate and political responsibility can now flock together for.
Hundreds of black headed gulls flock together and amongst them, with careful searching, you may find a Mediterranean gull.
Buchanan and Safire: two birds of a feather who no longer flock together.
But the victors could not keep their flock together.
Diana Ross: They say birds of a feather flock together - it appears pop diva Di has attracted two giant crows which are nesting on her head
Cage bird enthusiasts in the North were yesterday warned not to flock together - after a mystery virus which has killed hundreds of budgerigars.
Hens would naturally flock together in small groups, spend all day foraging, and perch in the trees at night.
A computer model that mimics how birds flock together is helping scientists better understand animal behaviour, experts said yesterday.
Showing People Birds officer Joe Hawthorne said: "Many birds employ a 'safety in numbers' defence strategy during the winter months and flock together for protection - but there are none more impressive than the starling flocks.
BIRDS of a feather flock together - especially when Christian Moullec's microlight takes off.
WASHINGTON, March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The old saying, "birds of a feather, flock together," can be applied to two small uninhabited aerial vehicles (UAVs) flown in a NASA research experiment.