gaggle


gag·gle

noun \ˈga-gəl\

: a group of geese : a flock of geese

: a group of people

Full Definition of GAGGLE

1
:  flock; especially :  a flock of geese when not in flight — compare skein
2
:  a group, aggregation, or cluster lacking organization <a gaggle of reporters and photographers>
3
:  an indefinite number <participated in a gaggle of petty crimes>

Examples of GAGGLE

  1. a noisy gaggle of photographers

Origin of GAGGLE

Middle English gagyll, from gagelen to cackle
First Known Use: 15th century

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Rhymes with GAGGLE

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