What does the proverb "birds of a feather flock together" mean?

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'Birds of a feather flock together'' is an English proverb. It simply means that similar people of people who have similar interests and characteristics tend to associate with each other. These people will do things together and spend most of their time together.'
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The saying is "Birds of a feather, flock together." I don't know who wrote it but it implies that people that have the same interests or likes, or feelings will gather together
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This means that birds of the same type (ie. canadian geese) have a tendency to form flocks or groups. This is some is often done for safety and practical reasons. But when the phrase
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The proverb "birds of a feather flock together" means "those of similar taste congregate in groups."
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