Birds of a feather flock together




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Birds of a feather flock together : Phrases



Meaning:

Those of similar taste congregate in groups.


Origin:

Proverbial. Known by the late 16th century and recorded by Philemon Holland, in a translation of Livy's Romane historie, 1600, in its original form:


"As commonly birds of a feather will flye together."


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