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Definition of Flockless
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Literary usage of Flockless
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1. Proceedings by Royal Colonial Institute (Great Britain) (1889)
"... any apparent harshness towards them on my part cannot arise from any personal prejudice, and if I have done those flockless and ..."
2. The History of Co-operation in England: Its Literature and Its Advocates by George Jacob Holyoake (1875)
"A number of wandering and flockless preachers hawked challenges from town to town. One was a Mr. John Bowes, a pachydermatous believer, who was not without ..."
3. The History of Co-operation by George Jacob Holyoake (1908)
"... intimidated out of sympathy with the fortunes of honest, self- helping industry, as Tennyson did. A number of wandering and flockless preachers hawked ..."
4. The Bards of the Bible by George Gilfillan (1851)
"... to message after message of spoil, conflagration, ruin, and death, till, in the course of one curdling hour of agony, he finds himself flockless, ..."