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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.
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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?
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He mused over the incident after she had gone, and once or twice broke out into laughter that was bitter as he saw his sister and her betrothed, all the members of his own class and the members of Ruth's class, directing their narrow little lives by narrow little formulas - herd-creatures, flocking together and patterning their lives by one another's opinions, failing of being individuals and of really living life because of the childlike formulas by which they were enslaved.
The video features the love birds happily flocking together while oozing romance.
'The duo are birds of the same feather, flocking together. They never won any credible election in their lives.
The sight of birds, flocking together on mounds of sand, are not uncommon.
Maybe it's a case of birds of a feather flocking together?
The Kilobots' swarming ability can be compared with that of starlings flocking together in cloud-like "murmurations" or ants creating rafts and bridges with their bodies.
BIRDS of a Feather were flocking together - and occasionally apart - to make the very most of their stay in Liverpool.
Community residents, park officials, park advocates and elected officials are flocking together with Encino Lawyers Association to support this contest and its efforts to save our local duck pond.
Left, the children at Shiremoor Primary School stage their Christmas show; right, youngsters from Glynwood Primary in Gateshead FLOCKING TOGETHER Children at Kelvin Grove Primary School in Gateshead stage their nativity BRIGHT STARS Children at New York Primary School in North Shields stage their Christmas show THE SNOWMEN Children at Knop Law Primary School in Newcastle duirng their Christmas show
Flocking together is a time-honoured survival mechanism, no doubt about that.
RE: Buses and T Guy's letter: Of course buses should go from one side of the city to the other instead of flocking together in the centre.
Oh yes, there is still that matter of flocking together that's so important to these future collegians.
White English people seem to divide themselves into income groups of a feather flocking together - middle class people having their own pubs, restaurants and holiday destinations.
Try flocking together for a convention in Quadrant P4 - you're liable to prompt a blast from one of the airport's three radio-controlled noise cannons or get a "pistol hazing" - booms not bullets.