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English Term: a

  1. a babble of barbers
  2. a babble of linguists
  3. a badelynge of ducks
  4. a balance of accountants
  5. a bale of turtles
  6. a band of coyotes
  7. a band of gorillas
  8. a band of jays
  9. a band of men
  10. a band of mongooses
  11. a band of plovers
  12. a band of robbers
  13. a bank of monitors
  14. a bank of swans
  15. a banner of knights
  16. a barren of mules
  17. a bask of crocodiles
  18. a batch of bread
  19. a battery of barracudas
  20. a battery of guns
  21. a bavin of brushwood
  22. a bazaar of guillemots
  23. a bed of clams
  24. a bed of cockles
  25. a bed of flowers
  26. a bed of mussels
  27. a bed of oysters
  28. a bed of snakes
  29. a bellowing of bullfinches
  30. a belt of asteroids
  31. a bench of aldermen
  32. a bench of bishops
  33. a bench of judges
  34. a bench of magistrates
  35. a bevy of alcoholics
  36. a bevy of beauties
  37. a bevy of ladies
  38. a bevy of larks
  39. a bevy of otters
  40. a bevy of partridges
  41. a bevy of quails
  42. a bevy of roe deers
  43. a bevy of swans
  44. a bew of partridges
  45. a bike of ants
  46. a bike of bees
  47. a bike of hornets
  48. a bike of wasps
  49. a bike of wild bees
  50. a bind of salmons
  51. a blackening of shoemakers
  52. a blast of hunters
  53. a blessing of unicorns
  54. a bloat of hippopotami
  55. a blush of boys
  56. a board of directors
  57. a board of trustees
  58. a bodge of DIYers
  59. a body of pathologists
  60. a bouquet of flowers
  61. a bouquet of pheasants
  62. a box of cricketers
  63. a brace of dentists
  64. a brace of ducks
  65. a brace of geldings
  66. a brace of grouse
  67. a break of winds
  68. a breakdown of plans
  69. a brigade of soldiers
  70. a brood of chickens
  71. a brood of grouse
  72. a brood of hens
  73. a budget of inventions
  74. a budget of papers
  75. a building of rooks
  76. a bunch of bananas
  77. a bunch of deers
  78. a bunch of ducks
  79. a bunch of flowers
  80. a bunch of grapes
  81. a bunch of teals
  82. a bunch of things
  83. a bunch of waterfowls
  84. a bunch of widgeons
  85. a bunch of wildfowls
  86. a bundle of asparagus
  87. a bundle of firewood
  88. a bury of conies
  89. a bury of rabbits
  90. a business of ferrets
  91. a business of flies
  92. a cache of jewels
  93. a cadge of peregrines
  94. a cancellation of trains
  95. a caravan of camels
  96. a caravan of desert travelers
  97. a carillon of bells
  98. a cartload of monkeys
  99. a cast of actors
  100. a cast of bees
  101. a cast of bread
  102. a cast of falcons
  103. a cast of ferrets
  104. a cast of hawks
  105. a cast of players
  106. a catch of fish
  107. a cavalcade of horsemen
  108. a cete of badgers
  109. a chain of bobolinks
  110. a chain of islands
  111. a change of bells
  112. a chapter of canons
  113. a charm of finches
  114. a charm of goldfinches
  115. a charm of hummingbirds
  116. a charm of magpies
  117. a chattering of choughs
  118. a chattering of goldfinches
  119. a chattering of hummingbirds
  120. a chattering of starlings
  121. a chine of polecats
  122. a chirm of finches
  123. a choir of singers
  124. a chorus of angels
  125. a clamour of rooks
  126. a clan of hyenas
  127. a class of students
  128. a clattering of choughs
  129. a cletch of chickens
  130. a clew of worms
  131. a clique of photographers
  132. a cloud of bats
  133. a cloud of flies
  134. a cloud of gnats
  135. a cloud of grasshoppers
  136. a cloud of locusts
  137. a cloud of seafowls
  138. a cloud of starlings
  139. a clowder of cats
  140. a clump of reeds
  141. a clump of trees
  142. a cluster of antelopes
  143. a cluster of bees
  144. a cluster of cats
  145. a cluster of grapes
  146. a cluster of grasshoppers
  147. a cluster of porcupine fish
  148. a cluster of spiders
  149. a clutch of breasts
  150. a clutch of car mechanics
  151. a clutch of chickens
  152. a clutch of eggs
  153. a clutch of partridges
  154. a clutter of cats
  155. a clutter of spiders
  156. a clutter of starlings
  157. a coalition of cheetahs
  158. a coffle of asses
  159. a cohort of zebras
  160. a coil of teals
  161. a coil of widgeons
  162. a collective of nouns
  163. a colony of ants
  164. a colony of auks
  165. a colony of avocets
  166. a colony of badgers
  167. a colony of bats
  168. a colony of beavers
  169. a colony of chinchillas
  170. a colony of frogs
  171. a colony of fungi
  172. a colony of gulls
  173. a colony of ibises
  174. a colony of lepers
  175. a colony of lice
  176. a colony of penguins
  177. a colony of rabbits
  178. a colony of rats
  179. a colony of seals
  180. a colony of squirrels
  181. a colony of termites
  182. a colony of voles
  183. a colony of vultures
  184. a colony of wasps
  185. a committee of vultures
  186. a commotion of coots
  187. a company of actors
  188. a company of angelfish
  189. a company of archerfish
  190. a company of capitalists
  191. a company of girl guides
  192. a company of moles
  193. a company of parrots
  194. a company of players
  195. a company of soldiers
  196. a company of widgeons
  197. a complex of psychologists
  198. a compromise of mediators
  199. a conflagration of arsonists
  200. a congregation of churchgoers
  201. a congregation of crocodiles
  202. a congregation of magpies
  203. a congregation of people
  204. a congregation of plovers
  205. a congregation of rooks
  206. a congregation of starlings
  207. a congregation of worshippers
  208. a congress of baboons
  209. a conjunction of grammarians
  210. a conspiracy of ravens
  211. a constellation of stars
  212. a converting of preachers
  213. a convocation of eagles
  214. a convoy of lorries
  215. a corps of anatomists
  216. a corps of giraffes
  217. a cortege of mourners
  218. a coterie of orchids
  219. a coterie of prairie dogs
  220. a couple of
  221. a couple of impalas
  222. a coven of witches
  223. a cover of coots
  224. a covert of coots
  225. a covey of grouse
  226. a covey of partridges
  227. a covey of ptarmigans
  228. a covey of quails
  229. a covey of woodcocks
  230. a cowardice of curs
  231. a crash of hippopotami
  232. a crash of rhinoceroses
  233. a crew of sailors
  234. a crowd of onlookers
  235. a crowd of people
  236. a crowd of redwings
  237. a cry of actors
  238. a cry of hounds
  239. a cry of players
  240. a culture of bacteria
  241. a curse of painters
  242. a cutting of cobblers
  243. a decanter of deans
  244. a deceit of lapwings
  245. a deck of cards
  246. a decorum of deans
  247. a den of snakes
  248. a den of thieves
  249. a descent of woodpeckers
  250. a desert of lapwings
  251. a destruction of cats
  252. a destruction of wildcats
  253. a diffidence of introverts
  254. a dignity of canons
  255. a diligence of messengers
  256. a disguising of tailors
  257. a dissimulation of birds
  258. a division of soldiers
  259. a doading of sheldrakes
  260. a dole of doves
  261. a dole of turkeys
  262. a dopping of ducks
  263. a dopping of goosanders
  264. a dopping of sheldrakes
  265. a dossier of documents
  266. a dout of cats
  267. a dout of wildcats
  268. a down of hares
  269. a down of sheep
  270. a dowt of cats
  271. a dowt of wildcats
  272. a doylt of pigs
  273. a doylt of swine
  274. a doylt of tame pigs
  275. a doylt of tame swine
  276. a draught of fish
  277. a draught of salmons
  278. a dray of squirrels
  279. a drift of bees
  280. a drift of cattle
  281. a drift of hogs
  282. a drift of pigs
  283. a drift of quails
  284. a drift of sheep
  285. a drift of swans
  286. a drift of swine
  287. a drift of tame swine
  288. a drove of asses
  289. a drove of bullocks
  290. a drove of cattle
  291. a drove of donkeys
  292. a drove of hares
  293. a drove of hogs
  294. a drove of horses
  295. a drove of oxen
  296. a drove of pigs
  297. a drove of rabbits
  298. a drove of sheep
  299. a drove of swine
  300. a drum of goldfinches
  301. a drum of hummingbirds
  302. a drunkship of cobblers
  303. a dule of doves
  304. a dule of turkeys
  305. a dule of turtles
  306. a faculty of academics
  307. a faith of merchants
  308. a fall of lambs
  309. a fall of woodcocks
  310. a family of beavers
  311. a family of otters
  312. a family of sardines
  313. a fanfare of strumpets
  314. a farrow of piglets
  315. a feast of brewers
  316. a fellowship of yeomen
  317. a fesnying of ferrets
  318. a field of racehorses
  319. a flange of baboons
  320. a fleet of bass
  321. a fleet of birds
  322. a fleet of cars
  323. a fleet of coots
  324. a fleet of lorries
  325. a fleet of mudhens
  326. a fleet of ships
  327. a flick of hares
  328. a flick of rabbits
  329. a flight of aircraft
  330. a flight of birds
  331. a flight of butterflies
  332. a flight of cormorants
  333. a flight of doves
  334. a flight of dragons
  335. a flight of dunbirds
  336. a flight of goshawks
  337. a flight of grouse
  338. a flight of herons
  339. a flight of insects
  340. a flight of larks
  341. a flight of pigeons
  342. a flight of plovers
  343. a flight of pochards
  344. a flight of stairs
  345. a flight of storks
  346. a flight of swallows
  347. a flight of widgeons
  348. a flight of woodcocks
  349. a flight of yesterdays
  350. a fling of dunlins
  351. a fling of oxbirds
  352. a fling of sandpipers
  353. a flink of cows
  354. a float of crocodiles
  355. a float of tunas
  356. a float of whales
  357. a flock of auks
  358. a flock of birds
  359. a flock of bustards
  360. a flock of camels
  361. a flock of coots
  362. a flock of dolphins
  363. a flock of ducks
  364. a flock of geese
  365. a flock of goats
  366. a flock of lice
  367. a flock of lions
  368. a flock of magpies
  369. a flock of ostriches
  370. a flock of parrots
  371. a flock of pigeons
  372. a flock of pigs
  373. a flock of sheep
  374. a flock of swifts
  375. a flock of tourists
  376. a flock of turkeys
  377. a flock of wrens
  378. a flotilla of ships
  379. a flotilla of swordfish
  380. a flush of ducks
  381. a flush of lavatories
  382. a flush of mallards
  383. a flush of plumbers
  384. a fluther of jellyfish
  385. a fold of sheep
  386. a following of stalkers
  387. a forest of trees
  388. a fraid of ghosts
  389. a fray of fish
  390. a froggery of frogs
  391. a function of undertakers
  392. a gaggle of geese
  393. a gaggle of women
  394. a galaxy of beauties
  395. a galaxy of cosmologists
  396. a galaxy of governesses
  397. a galaxy of stars
  398. a gam of whales
  399. a game of bees
  400. a game of conies
  401. a game of swans
  402. a gang of bisons
  403. a gang of buffalos
  404. a gang of elks
  405. a gang of hoodlums
  406. a gang of labourers
  407. a gang of prisoners
  408. a gang of thieves
  409. a gang of weasels
  410. a gang of workmen
  411. a gaze of raccoons
  412. a generation of vipers
  413. a giggle of girls
  414. a glaring of cats
  415. a glean of herrings
  416. a glide of flying fish
  417. a glint of goldfish
  418. a glozing of taverners
  419. a goring of butchers
  420. a grid of electricians
  421. a grind of blackfish
  422. a grind of bottle-nosed whales
  423. a grist of bees
  424. a grist of flies
  425. a group of giraffes
  426. a group of guinea pigs
  427. a grove of bayonets
  428. a grove of trees
  429. a gulp of cormorants
  430. a gulp of magpies
  431. a gulp of swallows
  432. a hand of bananas
  433. a hand of cards
  434. a harem of seals
  435. a harras of horses
  436. a hastiness of cooks
  437. a hatch of flies
  438. a haul of fish
  439. a head of curlews
  440. a head of pheasants
  441. a hedge of herons
  442. a herd of antelopes
  443. a herd of asses
  444. a herd of bisons
  445. a herd of boars
  446. a herd of bucks
  447. a herd of buffalos
  448. a herd of camels
  449. a herd of caribous
  450. a herd of cattle
  451. a herd of chamois
  452. a herd of cranes
  453. a herd of curlews
  454. a herd of deers
  455. a herd of dinosaurs
  456. a herd of donkeys
  457. a herd of elands
  458. a herd of elephants
  459. a herd of elks
  460. a herd of giraffes
  461. a herd of gnus
  462. a herd of goats
  463. a herd of hares
  464. a herd of harlots
  465. a herd of hartebeests
  466. a herd of harts
  467. a herd of hippopotami
  468. a herd of horses
  469. a herd of ibexes
  470. a herd of llamas
  471. a herd of moose
  472. a herd of oxen
  473. a herd of pigs
  474. a herd of ponies
  475. a herd of porpoises
  476. a herd of rhinoceroses
  477. a herd of seahorses
  478. a herd of seals
  479. a herd of sheep
  480. a herd of swans
  481. a herd of swine
  482. a herd of walruses
  483. a herd of whales
  484. a herd of wildebeests
  485. a herd of wolves
  486. a herd of wrens
  487. a herd of yaks
  488. a herd of zebras
  489. a hill of ruffs
  490. a hive of bees
  491. a hive of oysters
  492. a horde of gerbils
  493. a horde of gnats
  494. a horde of hamsters
  495. a horde of insects
  496. a horde of mice
  497. a horde of misers
  498. a horde of rats
  499. a host of angels
  500. a host of sparrows
  501. a house of senators
  502. a hover of crows
  503. a hover of trouts
  504. a huddle of walruses
  505. a hug of teddy bears
  506. a hunt of hounds
  507. a husk of hares
  508. a husk of jackrabbits
  509. a jam of tarts
  510. a journey of giraffes
  511. a kaleidoscope of butterflies
  512. a kennel of dogs
  513. a kennel of hounds
  514. a kettle of hawks
  515. a kindle of hares
  516. a kindle of kittens
  517. a kindle of leverets
  518. a kindle of rabbits
  519. a kit of pigeons
  520. a knob of pintails
  521. a knob of pochards
  522. a knob of teals
  523. a knob of toads
  524. a knob of waterfowls
  525. a knob of widgeons
  526. a knob of wildfowls
  527. a knot of frogs
  528. a knot of snakes
  529. a knot of toads
  530. a labour of moles
  531. a lamentation of swans
  532. a lead of foxes
  533. a leap of leopards
  534. a leap of salmons
  535. a leash of bucks
  536. a leash of deers
  537. a leash of foxes
  538. a leash of greyhounds
  539. a leash of hares
  540. a leash of hounds
  541. a leash of plovers
  542. a leash of rabbits
  543. a lepe of leopards
  544. a library of books
  545. a linkage of webmasters
  546. a litter of cubs
  547. a litter of kittens
  548. a litter of piglets
  549. a litter of pups
  550. a load of cobblers
  551. a lodge of beavers
  552. a lute of wildfowls
  553. a malapertness of pedlars
  554. a match of nightingales
  555. a maul of bears
  556. a meet of hounds
  557. a meinie of oxen
  558. a meinie of sheep
  559. a meinie of sparrows
  560. a mellificium of quotations
  561. a melody of harpists
  562. a mess of iguanas
  563. a mew of hawks
  564. a mews of hawks
  565. a misbelieving of painters
  566. a mischief of mice
  567. a mischief of rats
  568. a mission of monkeys
  569. a mob of cattle
  570. a mob of deers
  571. a mob of kangaroos
  572. a mob of people
  573. a mob of sheep
  574. a mob of wallabies
  575. a mob of whales
  576. a mob of wombats
  577. a morbidity of majors
  578. a moulting of hawks
  579. a movement of moles
  580. a murder of crows
  581. a murder of magpies
  582. a murmuration of starlings
  583. a muse of capons
  584. a muster of crows
  585. a muster of peacocks
  586. a muster of soldiers
  587. a mustering of storks
  588. a mutation of thrushes
  589. a mute of hounds
  590. a nest of crocodiles
  591. a nest of hornets
  592. a nest of mice
  593. a nest of rabbits
  594. a nest of rumours
  595. a nest of snakes
  596. a nest of toads
  597. a nest of vipers
  598. a nest of wasps
  599. a network of computers
  600. a neverthriving of jugglers
  601. a nide of pheasants
  602. a nucleus of physicists
  603. a number of mathematicians
  604. a nursery of raccoons
  605. a nye of pheasants
  606. a pace of asses
  607. a pack of Brownies
  608. a pack of cards
  609. a pack of coyotes
  610. a pack of dinosaurs
  611. a pack of dogs
  612. a pack of grouse
  613. a pack of hounds
  614. a pack of mongooses
  615. a pack of mules
  616. a pack of perch
  617. a pack of polar bears
  618. a pack of stoats
  619. a pack of suitcases
  620. a pack of weasels
  621. a pack of wolves
  622. a paddling of ducks
  623. a pair of shoes
  624. a pandemonium of parrots
  625. a panel of experts
  626. a pantheon of gods
  627. a parade of elephants
  628. a parcel of birds
  629. a parcel of crows
  630. a parcel of deers
  631. a parcel of hinds
  632. a parcel of hogs
  633. a parcel of linnets
  634. a parcel of penguins
  635. a parcel of sheep
  636. a parliament of owls
  637. a parliament of rooks
  638. a party of jays
  639. a party of rainbow fish
  640. a passel of pigeons
  641. a patch of flowers
  642. a peal of bells
  643. a peep of chickens
  644. a phalanx of storks
  645. a phantasmagoria of phantoms
  646. a picket of strikers
  647. a pit of snakes
  648. a piteousness of doves
  649. a pity of prisoners
  650. a pitying of doves
  651. a pitying of turtledoves
  652. a plague of insects
  653. a plague of locusts
  654. a platoon of soldiers
  655. a plump of ducks
  656. a plump of geese
  657. a plump of moorhens
  658. a plump of waterfowls
  659. a plump of wildfowls
  660. a plump of woodcocks
  661. a pod of birds
  662. a pod of coots
  663. a pod of dolphins
  664. a pod of hippopotami
  665. a pod of peas
  666. a pod of pelicans
  667. a pod of porpoises
  668. a pod of seals
  669. a pod of whales
  670. a pod of whitings
  671. a pomp of pekingese
  672. a ponder of philosophers
  673. a portfolio of stockbrokers
  674. a posse of police
  675. a posse of sheriffs
  676. a posse of turkeys
  677. a poverty of pipers
  678. a pray of nightingales
  679. a prettying of doves
  680. a prickle of hedgehogs
  681. a prickle of porcupines
  682. a pride of lions
  683. a pride of ostriches
  684. a pride of peacocks
  685. a promise of barmen
  686. a promise of tomorrows
  687. a prudence of vicars
  688. a psalter of bishops
  689. a psittacosis of parrots
  690. a puddling of mallards
  691. a quantity of smelts
  692. a quarrel of sparrows
  693. a quiver of arrows
  694. a quiver of cobras
  695. a rabble of bees
  696. a rabble of butterflies
  697. a rabble of gnats
  698. a rabble of insects
  699. a rabble of remedies
  700. a rack of colts
  701. a raffle of turkeys
  702. a raft of auks
  703. a raft of ducks
  704. a raft of otters
  705. a raft of teals
  706. a raft of turkeys
  707. a raft of waterfowls
  708. a rafter of turkeys
  709. a rag of colts
  710. a rake of colts
  711. a rake of mules
  712. a rangale of deers
  713. a range of mountains
  714. a rascal of boys
  715. a rasp of coots
  716. a ream of paper
  717. a remuda of horses
  718. a revelation of flashers
  719. a rhumba of rattlesnakes
  720. a riches of matrons
  721. a richesse of martens
  722. a richness of martens
  723. a ring of keys
  724. a ring of telephones
  725. a romp of otters
  726. a rookery of herons
  727. a rookery of penguins
  728. a rookery of seals
  729. a rope of onions
  730. a rope of pearls
  731. a rosary of quotations
  732. a rouleau of coins
  733. a rout of coyotes
  734. a rout of knights
  735. a rout of snails
  736. a rout of wolves
  737. a row of oarsmen
  738. a run of fish
  739. a run of poultry
  740. a run of salmons
  741. a run of whales
  742. a rush of dunbirds
  743. a rush of pochards
  744. a safe of ducks
  745. a sault of lions
  746. a sawt of lions
  747. a school of butterfly fish
  748. a school of clerks
  749. a school of cod
  750. a school of dolphins
  751. a school of fish
  752. a school of hippopotami
  753. a school of pilchards
  754. a school of porpoises
  755. a school of salmons
  756. a school of sharks
  757. a school of whales
  758. a scold of jays
  759. a scolding of seamstresses
  760. a scoop of journalists
  761. a scoop of pelicans
  762. a scourge of mosquitoes
  763. a screw of hawks
  764. a scry of wildfowls
  765. a sedge of bitterns
  766. a sedge of cranes
  767. a sedge of herons
  768. a sentence of judges
  769. a shiver of sharks
  770. a shoal of barbels
  771. a shoal of bass
  772. a shoal of fish
  773. a shoal of herrings
  774. a shoal of mackerels
  775. a shoal of minnows
  776. a shoal of pilchards
  777. a shoal of roach
  778. a shoal of rooks
  779. a shoal of salmons
  780. a shoal of shads
  781. a shoal of sharks
  782. a shoal of sticklebacks
  783. a shoal of trouts
  784. a shoal of whales
  785. a shower of meteorologists
  786. a shrewdness of apes
  787. a shrivel of critics
  788. a shrubbery of shrubs
  789. a shuffle of bureaucrats
  790. a side of morris dancers
  791. a siege of bitterns
  792. a siege of cranes
  793. a siege of herons
  794. a simplicity of subalterns
  795. a singular of boars
  796. a skein of ducks
  797. a skein of geese
  798. a skein of wildfowls
  799. a skirl of pipers
  800. a skulk of foxes
  801. a slate of candidates
  802. a sleuth of bears
  803. a sloth of bears
  804. a smack of jellyfish
  805. a smuth of jellyfish
  806. a sneak of weasels
  807. a sneer of butlers
  808. a sord of ducks
  809. a sord of mallards
  810. a sord of wildfowls
  811. a sounder of boars
  812. a sounder of pigs
  813. a sounder of swine
  814. a sounder of wild boars
  815. a sounder of wild pigs
  816. a sounder of wild swine
  817. a sownder of swans
  818. a sowse of lions
  819. a span of mules
  820. a span of oxen
  821. a spread of sticklebacks
  822. a spring of seals
  823. a spring of teals
  824. a squabble of seagulls
  825. a squad of beaters
  826. a squad of soldiers
  827. a squadron of swans
  828. a stable of horses
  829. a stable of hounds
  830. a stack of librarians
  831. a staff of employees
  832. a stalk of foresters
  833. a stand of bees
  834. a stand of flamingos
  835. a stand of plovers
  836. a stand of trees
  837. a stare of owls
  838. a steam of minnows
  839. a streak of tigers
  840. a stream of hawks
  841. a stream of minnows
  842. a string of ducks
  843. a string of horses
  844. a string of pearls
  845. a string of ponies
  846. a string of racehorses
  847. a stubbornness of rhinoceroses
  848. a stuck of jellyfish
  849. a stud of horses
  850. a stud of mares
  851. a subtlety of sergeants at law
  852. a superfluity of nuns
  853. a surfeit of skunks
  854. a sute of bloodhounds
  855. a sute of hounds
  856. a sute of mallards
  857. a sute of wildfowls
  858. a swarm of ants
  859. a swarm of bees
  860. a swarm of butterflies
  861. a swarm of coots
  862. a swarm of dragonet fish
  863. a swarm of eels
  864. a swarm of flies
  865. a swarm of gnats
  866. a swarm of grasshoppers
  867. a swarm of hornets
  868. a swarm of insects
  869. a swarm of locusts
  870. a swarm of minnows
  871. a swarm of mosquitoes
  872. a swarm of rats
  873. a swarm of termites
  874. a syndicate of capitalists
  875. a tabernacle of bakers
  876. a talent of gamblers
  877. a team of athletes
  878. a team of dolphins
  879. a team of ducks
  880. a team of geese
  881. a team of horses
  882. a team of oxen
  883. a team of swans
  884. a thought of barons
  885. a thunder of hippopotami
  886. a tiding of magpies
  887. a tittering of magpies
  888. a tok of capercaillies
  889. a tower of giraffes
  890. a town of prairie dogs
  891. a trace of hares
  892. a trace of rabbits
  893. a train of camels
  894. a trembling of finches
  895. a tribe of antelopes
  896. a tribe of goats
  897. a tribe of magpies
  898. a tribe of monkeys
  899. a tribe of natives
  900. a tribe of sparrows
  901. a trimming of finches
  902. a trip of dotterels
  903. a trip of goats
  904. a trip of hares
  905. a trip of mice
  906. a trip of sheep
  907. a trip of stoats
  908. a trip of swine
  909. a trip of tame swine
  910. a trip of widgeons
  911. a trip of wildfowls
  912. a trogle of snakes
  913. a troop of apes
  914. a troop of baboons
  915. a troop of boy scouts
  916. a troop of dogfish
  917. a troop of foxes
  918. a troop of kangaroos
  919. a troop of lions
  920. a troop of monkeys
  921. a troop of mushrooms
  922. a troop of soldiers
  923. a troubling of goldfinches
  924. a troubling of goldfish
  925. a troubling of hummingbirds
  926. a troup of performers
  927. a troup of tunas
  928. a troup of whales
  929. a troupe of acrobats
  930. a troupe of artistes
  931. a troupe of dancers
  932. a troupe of minstrels
  933. a troupe of performers
  934. a troupe of shrimps
  935. a turn of turtles
  936. a twinkling of todays
  937. a ubiquity of sparrows
  938. a vagary of impediments
  939. a virtue of patients
  940. a volary of birds
  941. a wake of buzzards
  942. a wake of vultures
  943. a walk of snails
  944. a walk of snipes
  945. a warren of partridges
  946. a warren of pheasants
  947. a warren of rabbits
  948. a watch of nightingales
  949. a wealth of information
  950. a wedge of geese
  951. a wedge of swans
  952. a weyr of dragons
  953. a whiteness of swans
  954. a whiting of swans
  955. a whoop of gorillas
  956. a wilderness of monkeys
  957. a wing of aircraft
  958. a wing of dragons
  959. a wing of plovers
  960. a wing of rooks
  961. a wisp of snipes
  962. a worship of writers
  963. a wrack of rabbits
  964. a yearning of yesterdays open definitionclose definitionA period in someone's history or past time that has a strong feeling of longing for.last updated 2015/3/1 last updated 2015/3/1
  965. a yoke of oxen open definitionclose definitionA pair of oxen that is fastened together for pulling something.last updated 2015/3/1 last updated 2015/3/1
  966. a zeal of zebras open definitionclose definitionA collection of zebras that gathers together so the predator can only see a maze of stripes when approaching.last updated 2015/3/1 last updated 2015/3/1
  967. according to
  968. acute angle open definitionclose definitionAn abstract concept of a geometric feature that is the angle formed by two lines is smaller than a right angle and is less than 90 degree.last updated 2015/4/16 last updated 2015/4/16
  969. ad hoc
  970. air force
  971. along with
  972. an aerie of eagles open definitionclose definitionan aerie of eagles" is something which is a family of eagles that lives together in a nest.last updated 2015/3/1 last updated 2015/3/1
  973. an aerie of hawks open definitionclose definitionan aerie of hawks" is something which is a family of hawks that lives together in a nest.last updated 2015/3/1 last updated 2015/3/1
  974. an aerie of ravens open definitionclose definitionan aerie of ravens" is something which is a family of ravens that lives together in a nest.last updated 2015/3/1 last updated 2015/3/1
  975. an agenda of tasks open definitionclose definitionan agenda of tasks" is something which is a list of aims, goals or matters that is to be considered, achieved, addressed or attended to.last updated 2015/3/1 last updated 2015/3/1
  976. an amalgamation of metallurgists open definitionclose definitionan amalgamation of metallurgists" is something which is a group of metallurgists that have a strong energy or enthusiasm of interest in the amalgamation of two or more metal together to form a new alloy.last updated 2015/3/1 last updated 2015/3/1
  977. an ambush of tigers
  978. an ambush of widows
  979. an annoyance of neighbours open definitionclose definitionan annoyance of neighbours" is something which is a group of neighbours that are of being annoyed.last updated 2015/3/1 last updated 2015/3/1
  980. an anorak of trainspotters
  981. an anthology of poems
  982. an anthology of stories
  983. an arcana of tarot cards
  984. an archipelago of islands
  985. an armada of ships
  986. an army of ants
  987. an army of caterpillars
  988. an army of frogs
  989. an army of herrings
  990. an army of soldiers
  991. an array of hedgehogs
  992. an ascension of larks
  993. an audience of listeners
  994. an audience of people
  995. an audit of bookkeepers
  996. an aurora of polar bears
  997. an earth of foxes
  998. an eloquence of lawyers
  999. an erst of bees
  1000. an escargatoire of snails
  1001. an exaggeration of fishermen
  1002. an exaltation of larks
  1003. an expectation of heirs
  1004. an expectation of midwives
  1005. an eyrar of swans
  1006. an eyrie of eagles
  1007. an eyrie of hawks
  1008. an eyrie of ravens
  1009. an illusion of magicians
  1010. an illusion of painters
  1011. an impatience of wives
  1012. an implausibility of gnus
  1013. an incredulity of cuckolds
  1014. an infestation of lice
  1015. an intrigue of council members
  1016. an intrusion of cockroaches
  1017. an obeisance of servants
  1018. an observance of hermits
  1019. an obstinacy of buffalos
  1020. an obstruction of dons
  1021. an optimism of youths
  1022. an orchestra of musicians
  1023. an ostentation of peacocks
  1024. an ugly of walruses
  1025. an unease of compromises
  1026. an unkindness of ravens
  1027. answer the questions
  1028. apart from
  1029. apartment block open definitionclose definitionA physical structural object that is a large building block which is divided into several or many apartments.last updated 2015/4/1 last updated 2015/4/1
  1030. apartment building open definitionclose definitionA physical structural object that is a large building block which is divided into several or many apartments.last updated 2015/4/1 last updated 2015/4/1
  1031. apartment complex open definitionclose definitionA physical structural object that is a large building block which is divided into several or many apartments.last updated 2015/4/1 last updated 2015/4/1
  1032. apartment house open definitionclose definitionA physical structural object that is a large building block which is divided into several or many apartments.last updated 2015/4/1 last updated 2015/4/1
  1033. apartment number open definitionclose definitionapartment number" is something which is a letter or digit, or a combination of letters and, or digits that is used to name each particular set of rooms in a building as a unique name part in addition to address name.last updated 2015/2/24 last updated 2015/2/24
  1034. area code open definitionclose definitionarea code" is something which is a sequence of digits that is an international dialing prefix used to specify the geogrphical' isa by prefixing to one's individual telephone number to form the long-distance calling number for someone to call outside one's' isa.last updated 2015/2/25 last updated 2015/2/25
  1035. as for
  1036. as if
  1037. as long as
  1038. as much as
  1039. as soon as
  1040. as though
  1041. as well as
  1042. automotive mechanic open definitionclose definitionA person who repairs cars and road vehicles.last updated 2015/2/22 last updated 2015/2/22


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