Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OE. flokke,; cf. D. vlok, G. flocke, OHG. floccho, Icel. flōki, perh. akin to E. flicker, flacker, or cf. L. floccus, F. floc,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
O. Fr. floc—L. floccus, a lock of wool.
First, I was on my back, with the rest of the flock leaping overhead.
"When Life Was Young" by C. A. Stephens
He was coming in after a hard day's work among the flocks, and seemed to be triumphant and careful at the same time.
"The Fixed Period" by Anthony Trollope
Therefore, he declined to withdraw his flocks.
"Brand Blotters" by William MacLeod Raine
And his brethren went to feed their father's flock in Shechem.
"Select Masterpieces of Biblical Literature" by Various
Thence his course lay south rather than east until he should raise the white dust of his first flock.
"The Free Range" by Francis William Sullivan
The best ones are put into shoddy, and the odds and ends into flocks.
"Under Fire" by Frank A. Munsey
A miller once had a flock of geese, and he lost them all except one old goose, that for a long time swam round alone on the mill-pond.
"Friends in Feathers and Fur, and Other Neighbors" by James Johonnot
Then he said, What are these who are of this little flock?
"Biographia Scoticana (Scots Worthies)" by John Howie
Every sheep in the flock, at least as the behavior of the flock is ordinarily interpreted, behaves like every other.
"Introduction to the Science of Sociology" by Robert E. Park
For all we put on such mighty independent airs we do but follow like a flock of sheep.
"A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia" by Amanda Minnie Douglas
Amid the penitential flock,
Seem'd none more bent to pray;
But, when the Holy Father spoke,
He rose and went his way.
"The Gray Brother" by Sir Walter Scott
My Shepherd is the Lord my God,—
There is no want I know;
His flock He leads in verdant meads,
Where tranquil waters flow.
"The Twenty-Third Psalm" by Eugene Field
This thing which would appear to show
A fancy vest scenario,
Is really quite another thing --
A flock of pigeons on the wing.
"Post-Impressionism" by Bert Leston Taylor
Shepherd of a wandering flock,
Bring me to Thy heavenly fold,
Be my hope—my staff—my rock—
Let me yet Thy peace behold.
"Prayer for Guidance" by John Bowring
Well, O painful minister!
Watch thy flock, but blame not her,
If her ear grew sharp to hear
All their voices whispering near.
"The Truce of Piscataqua" by John Greenleaf Whittier
From one rude Boy that's us'd to mock
Ten learn the wicked Jest;
One sickly Sheep infects the Flock,
And poysons all the rest.
"Against Evil Company" by Isaac Watts
Why does Dallas' power elite flock to Hillstone.
Flock of Birds, 1998, Stainless steel.
More than a decade ago, serious sushi lovers flocked to Koto , a little hole-in-the-wall south of downtown, to partake of the artistry of chef-owner Hajima Keruma.
Spadefish show up at the offshore reefs, dolphin move within sight of the beach and summer flounder flock to the nearshore ledges and.
In The Conference of the Birds, the flock ventures off to find a leader, but discovers much more during its quest for truth.
Bohemians and radicals once flocked there, too—before software moguls and celebrities nabbed up all the real estate.
Fans have been flocking to Nationals Park this season, starting with Gavin more.
People still flock to Levis Commons to shop, relax, or eat.
This october, prominent african american entrepreneurs, CEOs of some of the nation's largest black-owned firms and high-ranking execs from corporate America will flock to Durham, North Carolina.
Twenty years ago, local music and dance fans used to flock to Altoona's 4D's Lounge to see musicians named Wertz and Rutherford playing together on the same stage.
Chloe Sevigny is known in the East Village as a star who has long loved the neighborhood for what it was, as opposed to countless others who have flocked in more recently.
This weekend, bicycle enthusiasts will flock to western North Dakota on the Maah Daah Hey and Buffalo Gap Trails.
Mallards fly in small groups of 10 to 20 usually but their flocks can swell to more than 100.
Mary Pickford tends her flock in William Beaudine's "Sparrows" (1926), the last film in which she played an adolescent.
Why celebrities are flocking to cookbooks and food shows.
We may also be interested in the flight patterns of a large flock of Canadian Geese, but we may not be interested in the color patterns of their feathers.
Yuan, Flocking for multi-agent systems with switching topology in a noisy environment.
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Olfati-Saber, Flocking for multi-agent dynamic systems: Algorithms and theory.
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