Examples of gaggle in a Sentence
a noisy gaggle of photographers
Recent Examples of gaggle from the Web
She was flanked by a gaggle of summer campers, county employees, police and local and state representatives.
Buyer beware All those cheap airfares come with a gaggle of rules, regulations and fees that vary among airlines.
The gaggle of cyclists lunching in front of Venti’s Café, 325 Court St. N.E., testified to the street tacos, and this quick, informal spot evoked a healthy aura.
Unlike past elections, where one woman competed in the primaries against a gaggle of men, this time, there’s a slew of eminently qualified women waiting to run.
New Orleans residents who braced for downpours from Tropical Storm Cindy woke to faint rays of sun Wednesday (June 21), and the gaggle of officials surrounding Mayor Mitch Landrieu at his storm update was half the size of Tuesday's.
By our count, Spicer or Sanders have offered that reply on at least 55 different occasions during briefings or gaggles (less formal group discussions).
When the White House schedule went out Monday night, there wasn’t even a gaggle scheduled with Sean Spicer, the press secretary.
Signs warn against accepting rides from the gaggles of drivers who hang around the terminal, accosting new arrivals.
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Origin and Etymology of gaggle
derivative of gaggle “to cackle,” going back to Middle English gagelyn, of imitative origin
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
GAGGLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gaggle for English Language Learners
: a group of geese : a flock of geese
: a group of people
GAGGLE Defined for Kids
Definition of gaggle for Students
1 : a group of animals and especially a flock of geese
2 : a group of people a gaggle of tourists
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