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flock together

To come together or form a group. Often used of animals. We watched as the geese flocked together overhead.
See also: flock, together
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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?
See also: flock, together
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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While workers from India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan and Bangladesh flocked together at Asian Town to participate in their favourite sporting activities, women and children from these countries gathered at Al Wakra and Al Arabi Stadiums to watch cultural shows as well as to take part in games.
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Netanyahu and Trump have flocked together for over a year and a half in perfect harmony.
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As soon as he tooted his quad bike horn, and uttered a few choice words, they rapidly flocked together as if they knew the game was up.
RIYADH: Expatriates from India and Sri Lanka flocked together in Jeddah to donate blood for Haj pilgrims this week.
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On Friday night many coffee shops lined up chairs in front of TV sets and audiences flocked together to watch the first episode of Bassem Youssef's Al Bernameg since his arrest, proving that the arrest did nothing to dent his popularity in Cairo.
SENIOR church officials flocked together to celebrate the 40th anniversary of a church.
As they flocked together, flapping around in the offal, they became covered in the fish oil.
Swaledale sheep breeders have flocked together to raise money for the Ali Johnson appeal.
People have flocked together according to clan and family because of all the uncertainty.
The Pterodaustro of San Luis lived along a large inland lake and may have flocked together like birds, judging from the number of individuals found in the same deposit.