A group of larks is called an exaltation.
A group of larks is known as an exaltation of larks.The same collective noun also applies to a group of skylarks or doves.
The poetic collective nouns for a group of larks is An exaltation of larks.
An exaltation of larks. Unusual name, but rather nice.
There are no perfect rhymes for the word exaltation.
with such exaltation Tina ran to her new car
exaltation came to my face wen i saw my presents
All that i know is that exaltation means the act of exalting or state of being exalted........intence exhilaration.............sorry for not answering this question fully
an exaltation (in flight overhead) bevy
According to James Lipton's book, An Exaltation of Larks, the collective noun for a group of crossword puzzlers is "catchword." Example: A catchword of crossword puzzlers has completed the world's most difficult crossword puzzle.
Bevy Exaltation (in flight overhead)
i tried to think of something but i couldnt :(
...a family, tribe....there are also a set of English idioms to refer to different animal groups like an exaltation of larks, a murder of crows or a pack of wolves.
Exaltation of the Cross - September 14
praise, public exaltation, awe, uplift, encouragement
death, resurrection, and exaltation of Jesus
exhilaration exaltation jubilation relaxation transport ecstasy elation
Because it conveys a feeling of religious exaltation.
The words all have vowels in it
magnificence, splendor, beauty, wonder, grandeur, brilliance, exaltation.
Exaltation; the act of lifting up; the act of carrying to burial.
Stephen Haliczer has written: 'Between Exaltation and Infamy'