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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Don't allow the bad influences flocking around you to lead you astray; you'll be angrier with yourself than those watching, as I think you well know.
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