Gaggle

Gaggle is slang for a group of aircraft.
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Gaggle

Gaggle is slang for a group of aircraft.
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gaggle

[n] - a flock of geese 2. [v] - cackle like a goose`Cackling geese`
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Gaggle

Gag'gle intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Gaggled ; present participle & verbal noun Gaggling .] [ Of imitative origin; confer Dutch gaggelen , gagelen , German gackeln , gackern , Middle High G...
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Gaggle

Gag'gle noun [ Confer Gaggle intransitive verb ] (Zoology) A flock of wild geese. [ Prov. Eng.] Halliwell.
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gaggle

<zoology> A flock of wild geese. ... Origin: Cf. Gaggle. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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gaggle

noun a flock of geese
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gaggle

verb make a noise characteristic of a goose; `Cackling geese`
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Gaggle

• (v. i.) To make a noise like a goose; to cackle. • (v. i.) A flock of wild geese.
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gaggle

(from the article `goose`) Geese pair for life and associate in flocks called gaggles. Simple nests are built on the ground. The rough-surfaced, whitish eggs are incubated for ...
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Gaggle

A gaggle is a term of venery for a flock of geese that is not in flight; in flight, the group can be called a skein. In terms of geese, a gaggle is equal to at least five geese. In terms of salt, a gaggle is equal to eight fifty pound bags of salt. Usually one layer on a skid. In military slang, a gaggle is an unorganized group doing nothing. In a...
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Gaggle

Gaggle is the collective noun for a group of geese on the ground, rather than in flight.
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