What does flock mean?

flock in AZ Dictionary

(n) several animals that real time, vacation, or feed together.
(n) A group of men and women under the management of one individual, especially the members of a church.
(n) a big crowd or number: had a flock of concerns.
(v) To congregate or travel in a flock or group.
(v) to assemble in businesses or crowds.
(v) To congregate or travel in a flock or crowd.
(v) To stuff with waste wool or cotton.
(v) To texture or design with pulverized wool or felt.
(v) To flock to; to audience.
(v) To congregate in or head towards a spot in vast quantities.
(v) to take care of a pool with chemical compounds to get rid of suspended particles.
(v) To coat a surface with thick materials or particles.
to collect in a flock, company, or audience; enter a flock or crowd: as, wild birds of a feather group collectively; the individuals flocked together into the market-place.
to assemble into a flock or company.
To crowd.

flock in Community Dictionary

To shag some one and block all of them on Facebook afterwards. by Tawanna DerosaReport definition
a group of any people, places, or objects. It must consist of at least two. There must be a strong bond of trust with in the flock. Can also be used in the place of the f-word. by AntioneReport definition
several typical white women. They drink Starbucks and put on leggings and uggs in a large group by Wynona StalzerReport definition
1. a team of birds2. going from 1 place to another rapidly by Deetta BrinnReport definition
to possess numerous kilos of a drug (aka bird) by BulahReport definition
your message given to describe the big number of hopeful male suitors chasing after a very pretty woman that is otherwise disinterested. by BrigidaReport definition

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  • Quotes for "flock"
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  • Synonym for "flock"
    • crowd, congregate, school, school, herd
  • Verb Forms for "flock"
    • flocked, flocking, flocks
  • Phrases for "flock"
    • bi-level flock, feathered flock, bi-level flock, wooly flock, flock unprotected
  • Rhyme for "flock"
    • Bach, Bangkok, Bloch, Block, Brock
  • Hypernym for "flock"
    • congregation, faithful, fold, animal group, crowd
  • Cross Reference for "flock"
    • company, multitude, group
  • Form for "flock"
    • flocked, flocking
  • Same Context for "flock"
    • herd, sheep, cattle, swarm, swarm
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