Collective nouns for stamps are:
Stamp collecting is called philately.
The collective noun of clothes is suit.
Examples of standard collective nouns for scholars are:
Other collective nouns that are or have been suggested for scholars:
The collective noun is a fleet of trawlers.
The collective nouns for musicians are:
A collective noun can also be a noun for the number or players:
The word countries is simply a plural noun for the singular noun country. A collective noun is a word for a group of people or things. Some collective nouns for countries are a union of countries, an alliance of countries, an organizationof countries, etc.
There is no standard collective noun for a group of organizers.
A collective noun is an informal part of speech. When there is no standard collective noun, a noun that suits the situation can be used, for example, a committee of organizers, a crowd of organizers, a clump of organizers, etc.
Collective nouns for cotton are:
Barren is a collective noun for a barren of mules.
Collective nouns for soldiers are:
Collective nouns for actors in a play are:
A collective noun for dishes is a set of dishes.
The collective nouns for singers are:
Examples of collective nouns:
The standard collective nouns for sailors on a ship are:
An atlas is a book of maps.
There is no standard collective noun for soap. However, collective nouns are an informal part of language, any noun suitable for the situation can be used. Examples:
Note: The plural form of the uncountable noun soap is used for 'types of' or 'kinds of'.
Some collective nouns for rice are a field of rice and a sack of rice.
A collective noun for the plural form is a selection of rices.
Collective nouns for teeth are a set of teeth or a row of teeth.
A group of monumental stones is called a henge of stones.
A mound of stones is called a cairn of stones.
Other, more general collective nouns can also be used, such as a pile of stones, a row of stones, a truckload of stones, etc.
Collective nouns for stars are:
The word 'set' denotes a collection of objects, which is a collective noun. The usual collective noun for arrows is a 'quiver of arrows'.
The collective nouns for hay are:
The collective nouns for the noun 'workers' are: