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A collective noun is a word that refers to a set or group of people, animals or things.. Collective Nouns are sometimes called Group Nouns. Collective nouns are often followed by OF + PLURAL NOUN. e.g. a bunch of flowers, a flock of seagulls, a set of tools.

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There are nearly 900 pages on the Hints and Things site, providing information, hints and tips on a wide variety of subjects. I must admit I have been very surprised to find that the pages on Collective Nouns have proved to be some of the most popular attracting a great deal of interest.

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A group of eight can be called an octad (things) or an octet (often performers), or even an eightsome. A related adjective is octonary (related to or based on eight). In Egyptian Mythology there ...

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A group of twelve things is called a dozen. The smallest living things depend on how a living thing is defined. Some biologists do not believe viruses are living organisms because there are no ...

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The positive and negative integers and zero form a set that is a group under the operation of ordinary addition, since zero is the identity element of addition and the negative of each integer is its inverse. Groups are used extensively in quantum physics and chemistry to model phenomena involving symmetry and invariance.

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Joe's Post #159 — Ok, I'm still having nightmares about Paula's picture on her last post so I needed to lighten it up a bit. So, in case you were ever wondering what a group of pedlars (or pedlars if you're British) were called, or a group of finches, this post is for you. If…

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What do you call a group of ...? Many of the following terms belong to 15th-century lists of 'proper terms', such as those in the Book of St Albans attributed to Dame Juliana Barnes (1486). Some are fanciful or humorous terms which probably never had any real currency, but have been taken up by antiquarian writers, notably Joseph Strutt in Sports and Pastimes of England (1801).

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100 different Groups of Things Quizzes on JetPunk.com. Check out our popular trivia games like Groups of Five Quiz #1, and Groups of Four Quiz #1

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You’ve heard them all before, somewhere. In a bad poem, maybe, or as part of an online clickbait-y slideshow. “Did you know that a group of owls is called a ‘parliament’?” “Did you know that a group of jellyfish is called a ‘smack’?” “Did you know that a group of Indonesian mountain weasels is called a ‘bubble gum’?”

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Free thesaurus definition of collections stores and sets of things from the Macmillan English Dictionary - a free English dictionary online with thesaurus and with pronunciation from Macmillan Education.