Either a swarm or a nest
The collective nouns for hornets are a "swarm" or a "nest" of hornets.
No, the noun 'fury' is not a standard collective noun. A collective noun is an informal part of language, any noun that suits the situation can function as a collective noun. Some examples of the noun 'fury' as a collective noun are a fury of protesters, a fury of hornets, a fury of professional wrestlers, etc.
The standard collective noun is a bench of magistrates.
Yes, any noun can function as a collective noun in a suitable context without being a designated collective noun. The standard collective noun is a set of utensils, but a cluster of utensils is grammatically correct.
The standard collective noun for 'minstrels' is a troupe of minstrels.
Which is the correct collective term for postcards
No, comb is the collective noun for honey. A bunch or a hand are the collective nouns for bananas.
Yes, a bouquet of flowers is the collective noun.
The collective noun is a "murder" of crows. Others are a "storytelling", a "hover" and a "parcel".
Yes, a thicket of trees is a perfectly acceptable collective noun.
Yes, the noun 'school' is an appropriate collective noun for the noun 'girls'. A collective noun is an informal part of language. Any noun suitable for the context of a situation can be a collective noun. The standard collective nouns for 'girls' are:a bevy of girlsa giggle of girls
Collective nouns are a set of pistols or a pair of pistols.
Yes, the noun team can function as a collective noun for swimmers.Collective nouns are an informal part of language. Any noun that suits the context can function as a collective noun.The standard collective nouns for the noun 'swimmers' are:a raft of swimmersa league of long distance swimmers
There is no standard collective noun for the noun 'news'.A collective noun is a noun used to group people or things in a descriptive or fanciful way. A collective noun is an informal part of language. Any noun that suits the situation can function as a collective noun, for example, "a note of news", "a heap of news", or "an outpouring of news".
There is no standard collective noun for the noun 'notes'. However, collective nouns are an informal part of language; any noun that suits the context can function as a collective noun; for example, a stack of notes, a series of notes, a sheet of notes, etc.
The collective noun for cows (of any kind) is a herd of cows or a herd of jersey cows.
A flock of flamingos is a correct use of the collective noun. Other collective nouns for flamingos are a flamboyance, a colony, or a stand of flamingos.
Collective nouns for alligators are a bask of alligators and a congregation of alligators.
The noun 'team' functions as a collective noun for:a team of playersa team of athletesa team of horsesa team of oxen
The collective noun 'nest' is used for:a nest of antsa nest of beesa nest of bowlsa nest of crocodilesa nest of hornetsa nest of micea nest of rabbitsa nest of toadsa nest of turtlesa nest of vipersa nest of vulturesa nest of wasps
The correct agreement for collective nouns is that a singular collective noun takes a verb for a singular noun; a plural collective noun takes a verb for a plural noun.Example sentences:Our team of players is wearing the blue jerseys. (singular, one team)Both teams of players are on the field. (plural, two teams)
A flush of poos is the correct answer.
It is not definite. People are trying to find the correct collective noun for it.
A 'bunch of trees' is a correct noun phrase.The standard collective noun phrases for a group of trees are:a stand of treesa grove of treesan orchard of treesa forest of treesa copse of treesA collective noun is an informal part of language. Any noun that suits the context can function as a collective noun, such as 'bunch'.