Markets are herd phenomena, and you should never forget that you are part of the herd.
This works two ways: hearing constantly that the world is on Facebook makes us want to be part of that herd.
Perhaps ironically, many hunters claimed to be “culling” the herd, thereby saving it from over-population or starvation.
Sometimes the one thing worse than herding cats is to wait for the cats to herd themselves.
In the past several weeks, a few male reporters have boldly told me they enjoyed the sequel, a break away from the herd mentality.
I knew St. Erhardi at home, he and I between us had charge of my father's herd.
For one thing only does the Mountain Lapp live—his herd of reindeer.
During the whole afternoon, Bob Stallings had been riding about his own herd, sweeping the plain with a pair of field glasses.
A herd of eighty stags in the distance had been imagined to be hostile warriors.
He realized that if he could ride his pony up beside Kicking Bull he might be able to carry him safely from the herd.
Old English heord "herd, flock," from Proto-Germanic *herdo- (cf. Old Norse hjorð, Old High German herta, German Herde, Gothic hairda "herd"), from PIE *kerdh- "a row, group, herd" (cf. Sanskrit śárdhah "herd, troop," Old Church Slavonic čreda "herd," Greek korthys "heap," Lithuanian kerdžius "shepherd"). Herd instinct in psychology is first recorded 1908.
mid-13c., "to watch over or herd (livestock);" of animals, "to gather in a herd, to form a flock," late 14c., from herd (n.). Related: Herded; herding.
Gen. 13:5; Deut. 7:14. (See CATTLE.)