Monday, June 13, 2011

word time

Gaggle: [gag-uh]

-to cackle

-a flock of geese when now flying.
-on often noisy or disorderly group or gathering.
-an assortment of related things.

Used in a sentence:
-They followed her everywhere, like a gaggle of children promised a treat out of a grandmother's pocket.

I came across this word in my reading and was very curious what it meant. It makes much more sense to me now considering what book I am reading too. Please enjoy this word as much as have.

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