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army

An army of ants

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business

A business of flies

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descension

A descension of woodpeckers

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bale

A bale of turtles 16. charm A charm of bees 29. desert A desert of lapwings

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band

A band of gorillas 17. A bank of swans 18. cloud A cloud of grasshopper s 31. disworship A disworship of Scots clattering A clattering of choughs 30. dissimulation A dissimulation of birds

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bank

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banner

A banner of knights 19. clowder A clowder of cats 32. dole A dole (or dule) of doves

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barren

A barren of mules 20. cluster A cluster of cats 33. down A down of hares

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bask

A bask of crocodiles 34. 21. clutch A clutch of eggs draught A draught of butlers

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bed

A bed of snakes 35. dray A dray of squirrels

22. 9. bench A bench of Bishops

clutter

A clutter of spiders

36. 10. bevy A bevy of quail 23. convocation A convocation of eagles 37. 11. bind A bind of salmon 24. corps A corps of giraffes 38. A bloat of hippopotamu ses 25. covey A covey of quail 39. 26. 13. bouquet A bouquet of pheasants 27. 14. building A building of rooks den A den of snakes crash A crash of rhinoceroses 40.

drift

A drift of swine

drove

A drove of pigs

drunkenship

A drunkenship of cobblers

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bloat

exaltation

An exaltation of larks

field

A field of runners

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flight

A flight

of doves 55. 42. fling A fling of oxbirds horde A horde of gnats 70. murmuration A murmuration of starlings

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host

A host of sparrows 71. muster A muster of storks

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flock

A flock of sheep

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hover

A hover of trout 72. mute A mute of hounds

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flush

A flush of ducks

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husk

A husk of hares 73. nest A nest of snakes

59. 45. gaggle A gaggle of geese 60. 46. gam A gam of whales

kettle

A kettle of hawks 74. network A network of computers

kit

A kit of pigeons 75. neverthriving A neverthriving of jugglers

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knob

A knob of waterfowl

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gang

A gang of elk

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knot

A knot of toads

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nide

A nide of geese[citatio n needed]

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gaze

A gaze of raccoons

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labour

A labour of moles 77. nucleus

A nucleus of physicists

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glaring

A glaring of cats

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leap

A leap of leopards 78. number A number of mathematicia ns

65. 50. grind A grind of blackfish 66. 51. grist A grist of bees

leash

A leash of deer

litter

A litter of any young (animals) born as a group

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nye

A nye of pheasants

80. 52. hastiness A hastiness of cooks 67. lounge A lounge of lizards

obstinacy

An obstinacy of buffalo

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herd

A herd of elephants

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mob

A mob of people, animals or kangaroos

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ostentation

An ostentation of peacocks

82. 54. hive A hive of bees 69. murder A murder of crows 83.

pace

A pace of asses

pack

A pack

of hounds 96. A paddling of ducks (on water) pit A pit of snakes 110. pride A pride of peacocks

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paddling

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piteousness

A piteousness of doves

111. quarrel

A quarrel of sparrows

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pandemonium

A pandemonium of parrots

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plague

A plague of locusts

112. quiver

A quiver of rebuttals

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pantheon

A pantheon of gods

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plum

A plum of seals 113. rabble A plump of waterfowl 114. raffle A raffle of turkeys A rabble of butterflies

100. plump 87. parade A parade of elephants 101. pod 88. parcel A parcel of hogs 102. pomp 89. parliament A parliament of owls 103. ponder 90. party A party of jays

A pod of whales 115. raft A pomp of pekingese 116. rafter A ponder of philosophers 117. rag A rag of colts A rafter of turkeys A raft of coots

104. pontifica 91. passel A passel of hogs

A pontifica of prelates

118. rainbow

A rainbow of butterflies

105. portfolio 92. patch A patch of flowers

A portfolio of stockbrokers

119. rake

A rake of colts

106. pounce 93. peep A peep of chickens

A pounce of cats

120. range

A range of mountains

121. rascal 107. poverty 94. peloton A peloton of cyclists A poverty of pipers 122. riches 108. prettying 95. phalanx A phalanx of storks A prettying of doves 123. richness A prickle of hedgehogs

A rascal of boys

A riches of matrons

A richness of martens

109. prickle

of mathematicians 124. rookery A rookery of penguins 140. shiver 125. rouleau A rouleau of coins 141. shoal 126. rout A rout of wolves 142. shower 127. rout A rout of snails 143. shrewdness 128. ruck A ruck of football players 144. shuffle 129. run A run of salmon 145. siege 130. sault A sault of lions 146. singular 131. scale A scale of fish 147. sitting 132. scathe A scathe of zombies 148. skein 133. school A school of whales 149. skulk 134. scold A scold of jays 150. slither 135. scourge A scourge of mosquitoes 151. sloth 136. screech A screech of gulls 152. smack 137. scull A scull of friars 153. sneak 138. sedge A sedge of cranes 154. sord 139. set A set A sord of mallards 170. thicket A thicket of trees A sneak of weasels 169. team A team of horses A smack of jellyfish 168. swarm A swarm of bees A sloth of bears 167. superfluity A superfluity of nuns A slither of snakes 166. stud A stud of mares A skulk of foxes 165. string A string of ponies A skein of geese 164. streak A streak of tigers A sitting of eggs A singular of boars A siege of herons A shuffle of bureaucrats 160. stand A stand of flamingoes A shrewdness of apes A shower of bastards 158. spring A spring of seals A shoal of fish 157. span A span of oxen A shiver of sharks 156. sowse A sowse of lions 155. sounder A sounder of pigs

159. stable

A stable of horses

161. stare

A stare of owls

162. state

A state of princes

163. storytelling

A storytelling of crows

171. thought

A thought of barons

182. turmoil

A turmoil of porpoises

193. watch

A watch of nightingales

172. threatening

A threatening of courtiers

183. turn

A turn of turtles

194. wedge

A wedge of geese (flying)

173. tiding(s)

A tiding(s) of magpies

184. ubiquity

A ubiquity of sparrows

195. whiteness

A whiteness of swans

174. trace

A trace of hares

185. ugly

An ugly of walruses

196. wing

A wing of aircraft

175. trembling

A trembling of finches

186. unkindness

An unkindness of ravens

197. wisdom

A wisdom of grandparents

176. tribe

A tribe of monkeys

187. unbrewing

An unbrewing of carvers

198. wisp

A wisp of snipe

177. trimming

A trimming of finches 188. vagary A vagary of impediments

199. wrack

A wrack of kittens (rabbits)

178. trip

A trip of sheep 200. yoke 189. volery A volery of birds A yoke of oxen

179. troop

A troop of kangaroos 190. waddle A waddle of penguins

180. troubling

A troubling of goldfishes 191. wake A wake of buzzards

181. tumult

A tumult of tubas (players)

192. walk

A walk of snipe