from The Century Dictionary.
- Covered with flock.
- Having the nap raised.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Arriving at Telamon, in Etruria, and coming ashore, he proclaimed freedom for the slaves; and many of the countrymen, also, and shepherds thereabouts, who were already freemen, at the hearing his name flocked to him to the sea-side.
Early Sunday morning the guests poured down the zig-zag in a living cataract on the one side, and flocked from the valleys on the other – from Hoti, from Kastrati and Boga, all in their best – men first, their women following.
Supporters who had come to watch the squad in their half-term flocked to him in recognition of his form this season, leading Gerard Houllier to accept that the supporters have finally come around.
Who more gladly than we throughout the Four Nations received the ` bloody sword, 'or at its warlike call flocked quicker to the standard of the King?
The fifteen original members soon grew to a hundred and thirty, and men of the highest rank as well as literary name flocked to join it.
Nations received the 'bloody sword,' or at its warlike call flocked quicker to the standard of the King?
‘bloody sword,’ or at its warlike call flocked quicker to the standard of the King?
Wonder why these illegal immigrants "flocked" to South Louisiana?
My sister was all whiny bitch about it, so we got a 'flocked' one.
The person that's "flocked" has the opportunity to donate money toward the project.