a group of animals of one kind, esp. sheep or birdsThey kept a small flock of sheep.
a large number of peoplehis flock of advisors
It took some two hours before the crowd was fully dispersed.
He was a notable young actor in a company of rising stars.
The trouble involved a small group of football supporters.
A host of stars attended the awards ceremony.
A collection of people of all ages assembled to pay their respects.
A mass of excited people clogged the street.
He spoke today before a large gathering of world leaders.
She waited until quiet settled on the assembly.
large herds of elephant and buffalo
Most members of the congregation arrive a few minutes before the service.
A horde of people was screaming for tickets.
the multitudes that surround the Pope
An official pushed through the throng.
a bevy of reporters
to gather together or move in large numbersThe public have flocked to the show.
to gather together or move in large numbersThe crowds flocked around her.
In the evenings, we gathered round the fire and talked.
We want to encourage them to group together as one big purchaser.
Shortly after the announcement, police began to mass at the shipyard.
Two young girls were collecting firewood.
There was nowhere for students to assemble before classes.
strangers huddling together for warmth
As they flow south, the five rivers converge.
the multitudes that throng around the Pope
People were already beginning to congregate outside the cinema.
The VIPs trooped into the hall and sat down.
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in the sense of assemble
to collect or gather togetherThere was nowhere for students to assemble before classes.
in the sense of assembly
a number of people gathered together for a meetingShe waited until quiet settled on the assembly.
hui (New Zealand),
runanga (New Zealand)
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