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To come together or form a group. Often used of animals. We watched as the geese flocked together overhead.
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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And failure to secure field-gates is vital to keep flocks together
and on the sward that is intended for them."
Washington, Sept 24 (ANI): 'Girls Aloud' star, Sarah Harding, has revealed that the pop girl group still flocks together
when one of them is heartbroken.