List of 211 Collective Nouns For Things

Like people, animals, and birds, things also have collective nouns. A collective noun for things is a word that refers to the name of a group or class of things. For example, a group of photos is called an album. If you have many photos, you can call those an album instead of “a group of photos”.

In this post, we are sharing a list of collective nouns for things that can help you use them to understand English.

You can also read the collective nouns for people, animals, and birds.

List of Collective Nouns For Things

1. Condiments: An accompaniment of condiments

2. Photographs: An album of photographs

3. Stamps: An album of stamps

4. Poems: An anthology of poems

5. Toys: An assembly of toys

6. Yogurt: An assortment of yogurt

7. Maps: An atlas of maps

8. Leaves: An autumn of leaves

9. Cellphones: A babel of cellphones

10. Cotton: A bale of cotton

11. Wool: A bale of wool

12. Circuits: A bank of circuits

13. Fire: A baptism of fire

14. Fruits: A basket of fruits

15. Plums: A basket of plums

16. Vegetables: A basket of vegetables

17. Bread: A batch of bread

18. Loaves: A batch of loaves

19. Artillery: A battery of artillery

20. Guns: A battery of guns

21. Asteroids: A belt of asteroids

22. Snow: A blanket of snow

23. Apartments: A block of apartments

24. Flats: A block of flats

25. Embarrassments: A blush of embarrassments

26. Matches: A book of matches

27. Flowers: A bouquet of flowers

28. Melons: A bouquet of melons

29. Roses: A bouquet of roses

30. Ice Cream: A bowl of ice cream

31. Greeting Cards: A bromide of greeting cards

32. Letters: A budget of letters

33. Grapes: A bunch of grapes

34. Things: A bunch of things

35. Asparagus: A bundle of asparagus

36. Clothes: A bundle of clothes

37. Nerves: A bundle of nerves

38. Flags: A bunting of flags

39. Apples: A bushel of apples

40. Ammunition: A cache of ammunition

41. Arms: A cache of arms

42. Jewelry: A cache of jewelry

43. Weapons: A cache of weapons

44. Collective Nouns: A catch of collective nouns

45. Events: A chain of events

46. Islands: A chain of islands

47. Words: A charm of words

48. Coughs: A chattering of coughs

49. Drawers: A chest of drawers

50. Ice Cream Carts: A chime of ice cream carts

51. Tanks: A clank of tanks

52. Trees: A clump of trees

53. Bombs: A cluster of bombs

54. Coconuts: A cluster of coconuts

55. Computers: A cluster of computers

56. Diamonds: A cluster of diamonds

57. Knots: A cluster of knots

58. Eggs: A clutch of eggs

59. Tomatoes: A clutch of tomatoes

60. Drugs: A cocktail of drugs

61. Objects: A collection of objects

62. Nouns: A collective of nouns

63. Fungi: A colony of fungi

64. Armoured Cars: A column of armoured cars

65. Errors: A comedy of errors

66. Trucks: A convoy of trucks

67. Vehicles: A convoy of vehicles

68. Wood: A cord of wood

69. Bottles: A couple of bottles

70. Bacteria: A culture of bacteria

71. Cards: A deck of cards

72. Playing Cards: A deck of playing cards

73. Hides: A dicker of hides

74. Gossips: A dish of gossips

75. Icebergs: A drift of icebergs

76. Gloves: An elicat of gloves

77. Fireworks: An exultation of fireworks

78. Graffiti: An eyesore of graffiti

79. Firewood: A fagot of firewood

80. Sticks: A fagot of sticks

81. Dominoes: A falling of dominoes

82. Balloons: A festival of balloons

83. Dollars: A fistful of dollars

84. Grasses: A fistful of grasses

85. Ambulances: A fleet of ambulances

86. Boats: A fleet of boats

87. Buses: A fleet of buses

88. Cars: A fleet of cars

89. Chartered Planes: A fleet of chartered planes

90. Coaches: A fleet of coaches

91. Jets: A fleet of jets

92. Lorries: A fleet of lorries

93. Ships: A fleet of ships

94. Vans: A fleet of vans

95. Yachts: A fleet of yachts

96. Aeroplanes: A flight of aeroplanes

97. Aircraft: A flight of aircraft

98. Golf Balls: A flight of golf balls

99. Planes: A flight of planes

100. Stairs: A flight of stairs

101. Ice: A floe of ice

102. Ideas: A floodlight of ideas

103. Blossoms: A flourish of blossoms

104. Chairs: A fold of chairs

105. Stars: A galaxy of stars

106. Noises: A gallimaufry of noises

107. Freezers: A glacier of freezers

108. Commercials: A glut of commercials

109. Operas: A grandiosity of operas

110. Gunfire: A hail of gunfire

111. Gunships: A hailstorm of gunships

112. Bananas: A hand of bananas

113. Errands: A hassle of errands

114. Ruins: A heap of ruins

115. Sand: A heap of sand

116. Trash: A heap of trash

117. Bushes: A hedge of bushes

118. Beans: A hill of beans

119. Gold: A hoard of gold

120. Quilts: A hotbed of quilts

121. Helicopters: A hover of helicopters

122. Houses: A huddle of houses

123. Hangers: A jangle of hangers

124. Drums: A kettle of drums

125. Magazines: A labyrinth of magazines

126. Nations: A league of nations

127. Books: A library of books

128. Diapers: A load of diapers

129. Dirty Clothes: A load of dirty clothes

130. Hair: A lock of hair

131. Salt: A lot of salt

132. Dice: A luck of dice

133. Museums: A march of museums

134. Canyons: A maze of canyons

135. Dictionaries: A meaning of dictionaries

136. Candies: A mint of candies

137. Sundays: A month of Sundays

138. Debt: A mountain of debt

139. Art: A museum of art

140. Machine Guns: A nest of machine guns

141. Questions: A number of questions

142. Luggage: An odyssey of luggage

143. Amoebas: An ooze of amoebas

144. Satellites: An orbit of satellites

145. Apple Trees: An orchard of apple trees

146. Fruittrees: An orchard of fruittrees

147. Juice: A pack of juice

148. Submarines: A pack of submarines

149. Suitcases: A pack of suitcases

150. Food: A pantry of food

151. Instruments: A parley of instruments

152. Bells: A peal of bells

153. Lines: A pencil of lines

154. Umbrellas: A phalanx of umbrellas

155. Accidents: A pile of accidents

156. Dung: A pile of dung

157. Dust: A pile of dust

158. Garbage: A pile of garbage

159. Oranges: A pocket of oranges

160. Peas: A pod of peas

161. Pictures: A portfolio of pictures

162. Trains: A postponement of trains

163. Jam: A preserve of jam

164. Egos: A pumphouse of egos

165. Credit Cards: A quicksand of credit cards

166. Arrows: A quiver of arrows

167. Gears: A rack of gears

168. Hills: A range of hills

169. Mountains: A range of mountains

170. Ovens: A range of ovens

171. Lawnmowers: A rasp of lawnmowers

172. Paper: A ream of paper

173. Keys: A ring of keys

174. Coins: A roll of coins

175. Onions: A rope of onions

176. Drinks: A round of drinks

177. Shells: A salvo of shells

178. Activities: A schedule of activities

179. Exams: A series of exams

180. Bowls: A set of bowls

181. Numbers: A set of numbers

182. Tools: A set of tools

183. Utensils: A set of utensils

184. Corn: A sheaf of corn

185. Wheat: A sheaf of wheat

186. Icons: A shield of icons

187. Bullets: A shower of bullets

188. Homework: A slew of homework

189. Clouds: A soufflé of clouds

190. Malls: A sprawl of malls

191. Newspapers: A stack of newspapers

192. Beads: A string of beads

193. Jobs: A string of jobs

194. Pearls: A string of pearls

195. Furniture: A suite of furniture

196. Rooms: A suite of rooms

197. Earthquakes: A swarm of earthquakes

198. Blankets: A swelter of blankets

199. Windmills: A tilt of windmills

200. Lies: A tissue of lies

201. Mushrooms: A troop of mushrooms

202. Hay: A truss of hay

203. Grass: A tuft of grass

204. Harps: A twangle of harps

205. Directions: A vane of directions

206. Bills: A wad of bills

207. Money: A wad of money

208. Notes: A wad of notes

209. Emotions: A wash of emotions

210. Documents: A wealth of documents

211. Information: A wealth of information

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