flock(redirected from flock ewe)
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1. a group of one species of animal or bird which eats or travels or is kept together, e.g. flock of sheep, of wild geese.
2. wool or cotton particles or debris used as stuffing or packing.
not a stud ewe; a ewe kept for breeding or wool production.
a ram mated to flock ewes.