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Collection of Collective Noun of People and miscellaneous

Collection of Collective Noun of People and miscellaneous



Here you will get different collective noun of People and miscellaneous. This will help in your study and increase in knowledge. (Best of Luck

 

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Collective Nouns

Collective Noun of academics

A faculty of academics

Collective Noun of accountants

A balance of accountants

Collective Noun of acrobats

A troupe of acrobats

Collective Noun of actors

A cast of actors / A cast of actors / A company of actors

Collective Noun of aircraft

A wing of aircraft (flight)

Collective Noun of alcoholics

A bevy of alcoholics

Collective Noun of aldermen

A bench of aldermen

Collective Noun of anatomists

A corps of anatomists

Collective Noun of angels

A host of angels / A chorus of angels

Collective Noun of arrows

A quiver of arrows

Collective Noun of arsonists

A conflagration of arsonists

Collective Noun of arsonists

A conflagration of arsonists

Collective Noun of artistes

A troupe of artistes

Collective Noun of asparagus

A bundle of asparagus

Collective Noun of asteroids

A belt of asteroids

Collective Noun of athletes

A team of athletes

Collective Noun of bakers

A tabernacle of bakers

Collective Noun of bananas

A bunch of bananas / a hand of bananas

Collective Noun of barbers

A babble of barbers

Collective Noun of barmen

A promise of barmen

Collective Noun of barons

A thought of barons

Collective Noun of bayonets

A grove of bayonets

Collective Noun of beaters

A squad of beaters

Collective Noun of beauties

A bevy of beauties / A galaxy of beauties

Collective Noun of bells

A carillon of bells / a change of bells / a peal of bells

Collective Noun of bishops

A bench of bishops / A Psalter oof bishops

Collective Noun of bookkeepers

An audit of bookkeepers

Collective Noun of books

A library of books

Collective Noun of boys

A blush of boys

Collective Noun of boys

A rascal of boys

Collective Noun of bread

A batch of bread / a caste of bread

Collective Noun of breasts

A clutch of breasts

Collective Noun of brewers

A feast of brewers

Collective Noun of Brownies

A pack of Brownies

Collective Noun of brushwood

A bavin of brushwood

Collective Noun of bureaucrats

A shuffle of bureaucrats

Collective Noun of butchers

A goring of butchers

Collective Noun of butlers

A sneer of butlers

Collective Noun of candidates

A slate of candidates

Collective Noun of canons

A chapter of canons / A dignity of canons

Collective Noun of capitalists

A company of capitalists / a syndicate of capitalists

Collective Noun of car mechanics

A clutch of car mechanics

Collective Noun of cards

A pack of cards / a deck of cards / a hand of cards

Collective Noun of cards

An arcana of tarot cards

Collective Noun of cars

A fleet of cars

Collective Noun of churchgoers

A congregation of churchgoers

Collective Noun of clerks

A school of clerks

Collective Noun of cobblers

A cutting of cobblers / A drunkship of cobblers

Collective Noun of cobblers

A load of cobblers

Collective Noun of coins

A rouleau of coins

Collective Noun of compromises

An unease of compromises

Collective Noun of computers

A network of computers

Collective Noun of cooks

A hastiness of cooks

Collective Noun of cosmologists

A galaxy of cosmologists

Collective Noun of council members

An intrigue of council members

Collective Noun of cricketers

A box of cricketers

Collective Noun of critics

A shrivel of critics

Collective Noun of cuckolds

An incredulity of cuckolds

Collective Noun of curs

A cowardice of curs

Collective Noun of dancers

A troupe of dancers

Collective Noun of dancers

A side of morris dancers

Collective Noun of deans

A decanter of deans / A decorum of deans

Collective Noun of dentists

A brace of dentists

Collective Noun of desert travelers

A caravan of desert travelers

Collective Noun of directors

A board of directors

Collective Noun of DIYers

A bodge of DIYers

Collective Noun of documents

A dossier of documents

Collective Noun of dons

An obstruction of dons

Collective Noun of eggs

A clutch of eggs

Collective Noun of electricians

A grid of electricians

Collective Noun of employees

A staff of employees

Collective Noun of experts

A panel of experts

Collective Noun of firewood

A bundle of firewood

Collective Noun of fishermen

An exaggeration of fishermen

Collective Noun of flashers

A revelation of flashers

Collective Noun of flowers

A bed of flowers / a bouquet of flowers / a bunch of flowers / a patch of flowers

Collective Noun of foresters

A stalk of foresters

Collective Noun of fungi

A colony of fungi

Collective Noun of gamblers

A talent of gamblers

Collective Noun of ghosts

A fraid of ghosts

Collective Noun of girl guides

A company of girl guides

Collective Noun of girls

A giggle of girls

Collective Noun of gods

A pantheon of gods

Collective Noun of governesses

A galaxy of governesses

Collective Noun of grammarians

A conjunction of grammarians

Collective Noun of grapes

A bunch of grapes / a cluster of grapes

Collective Noun of guns

A battery of guns

Collective Noun of harlots

A herd of harlots

Collective Noun of harpists

A melody of harpists

Collective Noun of heirs

An expectation of heirs

Collective Noun of hermits

An observance of hermits

Collective Noun of hoodlums

A gang of hoodlums

Collective Noun of horsemen

A cavalcade of horsemen

Collective Noun of hunters

A blast of hunters

Collective Noun of impediments

A vagary of impediments

Collective Noun of information

A wealth of information

Collective Noun of introverts

A diffidence of introverts

Collective Noun of inventions

A budget of inventions

Collective Noun of islands

A chain of islands / a archipelago of islands

Collective Noun of jewels

A cache of jewels

Collective Noun of journalists

A scoop of journalists

Collective Noun of judges

A bench of judges / A sentence of judges

Collective Noun of jugglers

A neverthriving of jugglers

Collective Noun of keys

A ring of keys

Collective Noun of knights

A banner of knights / A rout of knights

Collective Noun of labourers

A gang of labourers

Collective Noun of ladies

A bevy of ladies

Collective Noun of lavatories

A flush of lavatories

Collective Noun of lawyers

An eloquence of lawyers

Collective Noun of lepers

A colony of lepers

Collective Noun of librarians

A stack of librarians

Collective Noun of linguists

A babble of linguists

Collective Noun of listeners

An audience of listeners

Collective Noun of lorries

A fleet of lorries / a convoy of lorries

Collective Noun of magicians

An illusion of magicians

Collective Noun of magistrates

A bench of magistrates

Collective Noun of majors

A morbidity of majors

Collective Noun of mathematicians

A number of mathematicians

Collective Noun of matrons

A riches of matrons

Collective Noun of mediators

A compromise of mediators

Collective Noun of men

A band of men

Collective Noun of merchants

A faith of merchants

Collective Noun of messengers

A diligence of messengers

Collective Noun of metallurgists

An amalgamation of metallurgists

Collective Noun of meteorologists

A shower of meteorologists

Collective Noun of midwives

An expectation of midwives

Collective Noun of minstrels

A troupe of minstrels

Collective Noun of misers

A horde of misers

Collective Noun of monitors

A bank of monitors

Collective Noun of mountains

A range of mountains

Collective Noun of mourners

A cortege of mourners

Collective Noun of mushrooms

A troop of mushrooms

Collective Noun of musicians

An orchestra of musicians

Collective Noun of natives

A tribe of natives

Collective Noun of neighbours

An annoyance of neighbours

Collective Noun of nouns

A collective of nouns

Collective Noun of nuns

A superfluity of nuns

Collective Noun of oarsmen

A row of oarsmen

Collective Noun of onions

A rope of onions

Collective Noun of onlookers

A crowd of onlookers

Collective Noun of orchids

A coterie of orchids

Collective Noun of painters

A curse of painters / An illusion of painters / A misbelieving of painters

Collective Noun of paper

A ream of paper

Collective Noun of papers

A budget of papers

Collective Noun of pathologists

A body of pathologists

Collective Noun of patients

A virtue of patients

Collective Noun of pearls

A string of pearls / A rope of pearls

Collective Noun of peas

A pod of peas

Collective Noun of pedlars

A malapertness of pedlars

Collective Noun of people

A crowd of people / An audience of people / A Congregation of people / A mob of people

Collective Noun of performers

A troupe of performers / A troup of performers

Collective Noun of phantoms

A phantasmagoria of phantoms

Collective Noun of philosophers

A ponder of philosophers

Collective Noun of photographers

A clique of photographers

Collective Noun of physicists

A nucleus of physicists

Collective Noun of pipers

A skirl of pipers / a proverty of pipers

Collective Noun of plans

A breakdown of plans

Collective Noun of players

A cast of players / A cast of players / A company of players

Collective Noun of plumbers

A flush of plumbers

Collective Noun of poems

An anthology of poems

Collective Noun of police

A posse of police

Collective Noun of preachers

A converting of preachers

Collective Noun of prisoners

A pity of prisoners / A gang of prisonsers

Collective Noun of psycnologists

A complex of psychologists

Collective Noun of quotations

A rosary of quotations / A mellificium of quotations

Collective Noun of reeds

A clump of reeds

Collective Noun of remedies

A rabble of remedies

Collective Noun of robbers

A band of robbers

Collective Noun of rumours

A nest of rumours

Collective Noun of sailors

A crew of sailors

Collective Noun of scouts

A troop of boy scouts

Collective Noun of seamstresses

A scolding of seamstresses

Collective Noun of senators

A house of senators

Collective Noun of sergeants at law

A subtlety of sergeants at law

Collective Noun of servants

An obeisance of servants

Collective Noun of sheriffs

A posse of sheriffs

Collective Noun of ships

A fleet of ships / A armada of ships / A flotilla Ships

Collective Noun of shoemakers

A blackening of shoemakers

Collective Noun of shoes

A pair of shoes

Collective Noun of shrubs

A shrubbery of shrubs

Collective Noun of singers

A choir of singers

Collective Noun of soldiers

A squad of soldiers / An army of soldiers / A brigade of soldiers / A company of soldiers / A division of soldiers / A Platoon of soldiers / A troop of soldiers

Collective Noun of stairs

A flight of stairs

Collective Noun of stalkers

A following of stalkers

Collective Noun of stars

A galaxy of stars / A constellation of stars

Collective Noun of stockbrokers

A portfolio of stockbrokers

Collective Noun of stories

An anthology of stories

Collective Noun of strikers

A picket of strikers

Collective Noun of strumpets

A fanfare of strumpets

Collective Noun of students

A class of students

Collective Noun of subalterns

A simplicity of subalterns

Collective Noun of suitcases

A pack of suitcases

Collective Noun of tailors

A disguising of tailors

Collective Noun of taks

An agenda of tasks

Collective Noun of tarts

A jam of tarts

Collective Noun of taverners

A glozing of taverners

Collective Noun of teddy bears

A hug of teddy bears

Collective Noun of telephones

A ring of telephones

Collective Noun of thieves

A den of thieves / A gang of thieves

Collective Noun of things

A bunch of things

Collective Noun of todays

A twinkling of todays

Collective Noun of tomorrows

A promise of tomorrows

Collective Noun of tourists

A flock of tourists

Collective Noun of trains

A cancellation of trains

Collective Noun of trainspotters

An anorak of trainspotters

Collective Noun of trees

A stand of trees / A clump of trees / A forest of trees / A grove of trees

Collective Noun of trustees

A board of trustees

Collective Noun of undertakers

An unction of undertakers

Collective Noun of vicars

A prudence of vicars

Collective Noun of webmasters

A linkage of webmasters

Collective Noun of windows

An ambush of widows

Collective Noun of winds

A break of winds

Collective Noun of witches

A coven of witches

Collective Noun of wives

An impatience of wives

Collective Noun of women

A gaggle of women

Collective Noun of workmen

A gang of workmen

Collective Noun of worshippers

A congregation of worshippers

Collective Noun of writers

A worship of writers

Collective Noun of yeomen

A fellowship of yeomen

Collective Noun of yesterdays

A flight of yesterdays / A yearning of yesterdays

Collective Noun of youths

An optimism of youths


Collective Noun of People and miscellaneous

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