from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a flock; in flocks or herds; in a body.
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Thus drew night in, till folk came flockmeal into the hall; for needs must be feast and banquet for triumph of the furtherance of the Quest; and the most of men were merry; but somewhat sober were all the three Champions, so that whoso ran might read it in their faces.
And nevertheless for all the truce and tribute, they went flockmeal everywhere and harried and robbed and slew our poor folk.
Thus drew night in, till folk came flockmeal into the hall; for needs must be feast and banquet for triumph of the furtherance of the
And not only did the Dusky Men come flockmeal toward the Bent of the Bowmen, but also they jostled along toward the road that led southward.
'Lo you! they come flockmeal to the Mote-stead; the Place will be filled ere long.'
So when they heard her voice they came thither flockmeal, and a great throng mingled of many kindreds was in the Hall, but with one consent they made way for the Children of the Wolf to stand nearest to the dais.