- 1A flock of geese.More example sentences
- It is also a popular watering hole to gaggles of geese which fly in from time to time.
- These failures become apparent through the absence of first-year birds in the winter gaggles.
- Along with gaggles of Canada Geese, we saw our first groups of Brant.
- 2 • informal A disorderly or noisy group of people: the gaggle of reporters and photographers that dogged his every stepMore example sentences
- Ten minutes from the ground and you could already feel the unmistakable hum of a huge gaggle of excited people gathered together.
- Yes, she'll miss the glamour, the gaggle of schoolgirls crowding round for autographs.
- Today, it involves federal courts, a gaggle of sturdy lawyers or both.
Middle English (as a verb): imitative of the noise that a goose makes; compare with Dutch gaggelen and German gackern.
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