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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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2022 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"In a few days, people have been flocking to us. The weekend will be full -- we are not taking bookings for rooms," Casson said.
Andy Harrison, Easyjet chief executive, said: "With online check-in and Europe's most generous hand-baggage allowance, it is no surprise that business passengers keep flocking to us."
Andy Harrison, easyJet chief executive, said: "With online check-in and Europe's most generous hand-baggage allowance it is no surprise business passengers keep flocking to us."
"We've proved the concept, and now [retailers] are flocking to us," says Blaik, but it's not like the neighborhood had suddenly gotten rich.
My mid-flight delusions contained young creatures of the female gender flocking to us, wearing pink bikinis that resembled tooth floss.
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