gaggle definition

  • noun:
    • A flock of geese. See Synonyms at flock1.
    • A cluster or team: "A gaggle of professional photographers huddled in the sidewalk beside a swelling audience of onlookers” ( Gioia Diliberto).
    • several geese when they are on the floor or on the liquid.
    • Any team or gathering of related things; lot.
    • A flock of crazy geese, specially when on the floor.
    • A gathering of individuals, especially a noisy one.
    • Any clustered number of associated things.
    • In fowling, a flight or group of geese; thus, a chattering organization.
    • Synonyms Covey, etc. See flock.
    • a flock of geese
    • A flock of geese. See Synonyms at flock1.
    • A flock of geese. See Synonyms at flock1.
    • A cluster or team: "A gaggle of photographers huddled on the sidewalk beside a swelling audience of onlookers” ( Gioia Diliberto).
    • A cluster or group: "A gaggle of photographers huddled on the sidewalk beside a swelling crowd of onlookers” ( Gioia Diliberto).
    • a small grouping of geese if they are on the floor or regarding liquid.
    • a team of geese when they're on the ground or regarding the liquid.
    • Any group or gathering of related things; bunch.
    • Any team or gathering of related things; lot.
    • A flock of wild geese, specially when on a lawn.
    • A flock of wild geese, specially when on the floor.
    • A gathering of individuals, particularly a noisy one.
    • Any clustered set of associated objects.
    • In fowling, a flight or flock of geese; hence, a chattering organization.
    • Synonyms Covey, etc. See group.
    • a flock of geese
    • A flock of geese. See Synonyms at flock1.
    • A gathering of men and women, especially a noisy one.
    • A cluster or team: "A Bunch of photographers huddled regarding sidewalk beside a swelling audience of onlookers” ( Gioia Diliberto).
    • a small grouping of geese when they're on the floor or on water.
    • Any group or gathering of associated things; bunch.
    • A flock of crazy geese, specially when on the ground.
    • A gathering of men and women, particularly a noisy one.
    • Any clustered group of relevant items.
    • In fowling, a flight or group of geese; ergo, a chattering organization.
    • Any clustered number of related things.
    • In fowling, a flight or flock of geese; for this reason, a chattering company.
    • Synonyms Covey, etc. See flock.
    • a flock of geese
    • Synonyms Covey, etc. See flock.
    • a flock of geese
  • verb:
    • To cackle (like geese).
    • make a noise characteristic of a goose
    • To cackle (like geese).
    • To cackle (like geese).
    • make a noise characteristic of a goose
    • To cackle (like geese).
    • make a noise characteristic of a goose
    • make a noise attribute of a goose
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To make a noise like a goose; to cackle.
    • to produce a noise like a goose; to cackle.
    • In order to make a noise like a goose; to cackle.
    • which will make a noise like a goose; to cackle.
  • others:
    • to produce a noise like a goose; cackle.
    • to produce a noise like a goose; cackle.
    • In order to make a noise like a goose; cackle.
    • to help make a noise like a goose; cackle.

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