flock around (someone or something)

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flock around (someone or something)

To gather around someone or something in large numbers. A: "Why is there such a big crowd outside?" B: "Oh, people must be flocking around the hunky actor that just left the restaurant."
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flock around someone or something

to crowd around someone or something. All the children will flock around the magician to see how the tricks are performed. The guests flocked around the birthday cake.
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Anish told 7DAYS how his wife looked out the window and saw Aster lying on the ground crying with people flocking around her.
"Do you know that this Lady Eagle cant stay inside the court to watch a game without fans flocking around her for photos and autograph.
Basu said she loves shopping in Dubai because it's less chaotic, with no fans flocking around her. She hopes to squeeze in some shopping between her two work assignments in Dubai.
The Queen spent half an hour inspecting the gardens -with a crowd of kids carrying cameras and birthday cards flocking around her.
The fact that officials of the New York marathon, which Radcliffe won after her Athens demise last November, were flocking around her following her Helsinki success, also raised speculation of another 'Big Apple' appearance.
With flowing blonde locks and an eye-catching jacket, Angela Marshall could easily have been mistaken for a celebrity as she obligingly chatted, on and off camera, to the media flocking around her yesterday.