flock to (someone or something)

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flock to (someone or something)

To visit or come to someone or something in large numbers. Kids always flock to Aunt Judy—she must have the magic touch. People have been flocking to our restaurant ever since we got that glowing review in the Sunday paper.
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flock to someone or something

Fig. [for people] to come to someone or something in great numbers. Many people flocked to the shopping mall for the post holiday discounts. The kids flocked to the movie theater on Saturday afternoon.
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It's not about them all flocking to one major that they think is best." This came during the opening of the and the Technology Education and Vocational Training Expo (Trainex) on 14 April at the Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre, inaugurated by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Higher Education.
It also prevents us from flocking to one or two vendors whose compromise could cause widespread consequences.
One, finding a way to prevent citizens from feeding feral cats outside which creates a cluster of cats flocking to one house and two, finding a way to hold citizens responsible for their cats leaving their property.
GRAVEYARD maps are expected to send tourists flocking to one rural county, we can reveal.
VISITORS from across the Gulf region have been flocking to one of the most popular tailors in the kingdom to be fitted for traditional attire in time for the Eid celebrations, writes Jalal Muradi.
DARREN CLARKE, Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell will ensure a glittering Irish Open at Killarney this week with more than 100,000 people flocking to one of the European Tour's most prestigious events.
TOURISTS from as far as Canada and Japan have been flocking to one of Birmingham's hottest attractions - the city's famous Balti Triangle.
A poor start to the day's weather didn't deter visitors flocking to one of the North of England's top country shows.
Mild weather brought the crowds flocking to one of Britain's oldest New Year celebrations last night.
Tourists are flocking to one of Wales' newest visitor attractions - Paul Burrell's flower shop.