Festive Collective Nouns

Interesting Collective Nouns: Festive Edition – Part 2

Hi everyone! The research for my previous post Interesting Collective Nouns: Festive Edition proved so fruitful that it was necessary to split it in two. So, here are a further 10 festively themed collective nouns for you to muse over.

‘Wonder’ is one of a few collective nouns that can be used for a group of stars, along with ‘constellation’, ‘cluster’ and ‘galaxy’. A wonder of stars. A constellation of stars. A cluster of stars. A galaxy of stars.

‘Assembly’ is the collective term for a group of toys. An assembly of toys.

‘Melt’ is a collective name for a group of snowmen. A melt of snowmen.

‘Pitying’ is the name given to a group of turtledoves. A pitying of turtledoves.

‘Chorus’ is a collective noun used for a group of angels. A chorus of angels.

‘Waddle’ can be used in reference to a group of Penguins. A waddle of penguins.

‘Crush’ is a collective term for a group of icebergs. A crush of Icebergs.

‘Flourish’ is the word used when referring to trumpets. A flourish of trumpets.

‘Stand’ can be used for a group of Christmas trees. A stand of Christmas trees.

‘Hug’ is the collective noun for a group of teddy bears. A hug of teddy bears.

As always, thank you so much for reading my words, I really do appreciate it!

Until next time,

George

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