Examples of gaggle in a Sentence
a noisy gaggle of photographers
Recent Examples of gaggle from the Web
The gaggle appeared to include several geese and goslings.
The same day, Trump himself dodged the question twice in a gaggle with White House pool reporters.
Lithe and leggy patients with good bone structure populate his waiting room and the feed of his Instagram account, which lists him as the official dentist to a gaggle of prominent modeling agencies.
This year's route has not yet been officially announced, but last year, the jiggling gaggle followed Royal Street to the French Quarter, then veered onto Decatur Street.
Despite the image of a taxidermist as a foreboding backwoods Norman Bates, your average group (gaggle?
Sponsors and business partners prefer to invest in a business with long-term labor peace than a loose gaggle that could quickly fall apart.
Mr. Spicer’s small-group Friday session, known as a gaggle, was scheduled as an off-camera event, less formal than his usual briefings that are carried live on cable news.
The last time Donald Trump held a news conference, or even a gaggle (press availability) with campaign reporters was July 27 – five months ago.
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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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