Homophones for flocks, flocs, phlox

flocks / flocs / phlox [flɒks]

flocks – n. & v. - n. pl. of flock  – 1. a number of animals of one kind, especially birds kept, feeding or traveling together; 2. a group of people meeting together with a common purpose usually under a specific leader; v. intr. 3rd pers. pres. sing. of flock – 1. congregate, mass; 2. move in great numbers, troop

flocs – n. pl. of floc – masses of fine particles and colloidal material; aggregations of small parts; tufts of clouds

phlox – n. – any cultivated plant of the genus Phlox, with scented clusters of especially white, blue and red flowers