Flocked [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Flocked:

After his death crowds flocked to his grave to touch his holy monument, till the authorities caused the church yard to be shut.

We flocked round the duke, and hailed his first conquest as a promise of perpetual success.

Not that that was very material, because all sorts and conditions of men flocked to the countess' evening parties.

The Jews flocked from all parts to assist in the work; but the combined forces were obliged to desist from the attempt.

When, at length, the smoke of the “big brother” was observed drawing near, the people flocked in hundreds to the piers and cliffs.

All sorts flocked to him, finding it easier and cheaper to rob than to work and be robbed.

To the Market House flocked the Welsh farmers, their bales of cloth being borne to the town on the backs of hardy ponies.

As the day approached the excitement became intense; yachtsmen and sportsmen flocked to New York from all parts of the country.

The boys all flocked round him, and received the intelligence with unmitigated pleasure.

Up and to the office, where strange to see how Sir W. Pen is flocked to by people of all sorts against his going to sea.