flock

Flock vs Clutch - What's the difference?

flock | clutch |


As nouns the difference between flock and clutch

is that flock is a large number of birds, especially those gathered together for the purpose of migration or flock can be coarse tufts of wool or cotton used in bedding while clutch is the claw of a predatory animal or bird or clutch can be a brood of chickens or a sitting of eggs.

As verbs the difference between flock and clutch

is that flock is to congregate in or head towards a place in large numbers or flock can be to coat a surface with dense fibers or particles while clutch is to seize, as though with claws.

As an adjective clutch is

(us) performing or tending to perform well in difficult, high-pressure situations.

Flock vs Sheepfold - What's the difference?

flock | sheepfold |


As nouns the difference between flock and sheepfold

is that flock is a large number of birds, especially those gathered together for the purpose of migration or flock can be coarse tufts of wool or cotton used in bedding while sheepfold is an enclosure for keeping sheep.

As a verb flock

is to congregate in or head towards a place in large numbers or flock can be to coat a surface with dense fibers or particles.

Hed vs Flock - What's the difference?

hed | flock |


As nouns the difference between hed and flock

is that hed is (journalism|slang) the headline of a news story while flock is a large number of birds, especially those gathered together for the purpose of migration or flock can be coarse tufts of wool or cotton used in bedding.

As a verb flock is

to congregate in or head towards a place in large numbers or flock can be to coat a surface with dense fibers or particles.

Skein vs Flock - What's the difference?

skein | flock |


As nouns the difference between skein and flock

is that skein is a quantity of yarn, thread, or the like, put up together, after it is taken from the reel a skein of cotton yarn is formed by eighty turns of the thread round a fifty-four inch reel while flock is a large number of birds, especially those gathered together for the purpose of migration or flock can be coarse tufts of wool or cotton used in bedding.

As verbs the difference between skein and flock

is that skein is to wind or weave into a skein while flock is to congregate in or head towards a place in large numbers or flock can be to coat a surface with dense fibers or particles.

Concentration vs Flock - What's the difference?

concentration | flock | Related terms |

Concentration is a related term of flock.


As nouns the difference between concentration and flock

is that concentration is the act, process or ability of concentrating; the process of becoming concentrated, or the state of being concentrated while flock is a large number of birds, especially those gathered together for the purpose of migration or flock can be coarse tufts of wool or cotton used in bedding.

As a verb flock is

to congregate in or head towards a place in large numbers or flock can be to coat a surface with dense fibers or particles.

Flock vs Go - What's the difference?

flock | go | Synonyms |

Flock is a synonym of go.


As nouns the difference between flock and go

is that flock is a large number of birds, especially those gathered together for the purpose of migration or flock can be coarse tufts of wool or cotton used in bedding while go is water.

As a verb flock

is to congregate in or head towards a place in large numbers or flock can be to coat a surface with dense fibers or particles.

Flock vs Herds - What's the difference?

flock | herds |


As nouns the difference between flock and herds

is that flock is a large number of birds, especially those gathered together for the purpose of migration or flock can be coarse tufts of wool or cotton used in bedding while herds is .

As a verb flock

is to congregate in or head towards a place in large numbers or flock can be to coat a surface with dense fibers or particles.

Fans vs Flock - What's the difference?

fans | flock |


As nouns the difference between fans and flock

is that fans is while flock is a large number of birds, especially those gathered together for the purpose of migration or flock can be coarse tufts of wool or cotton used in bedding.

As a verb flock is

to congregate in or head towards a place in large numbers or flock can be to coat a surface with dense fibers or particles.

Flock vs Accumulate - What's the difference?

flock | accumulate | Related terms |

Flock is a related term of accumulate.


In lang=en terms the difference between flock and accumulate

is that flock is to coat a surface with dense fibers or particles while accumulate is to grow or increase in quantity or number; to increase greatly.

As verbs the difference between flock and accumulate

is that flock is to congregate in or head towards a place in large numbers or flock can be to coat a surface with dense fibers or particles while accumulate is to heap up in a mass; to pile up; to collect or bring together; to amass.

As a noun flock

is a large number of birds, especially those gathered together for the purpose of migration or flock can be coarse tufts of wool or cotton used in bedding.

As an adjective accumulate is

(poetic|rare) collected; accumulated.

Held vs Flock - What's the difference?

held | flock |


As nouns the difference between held and flock

is that held is hero while flock is a large number of birds, especially those gathered together for the purpose of migration or flock can be coarse tufts of wool or cotton used in bedding.

As a verb flock is

to congregate in or head towards a place in large numbers or flock can be to coat a surface with dense fibers or particles.

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