200+ Collective Nouns For People in English

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Examples of Collective Nouns for People

A band of men

A band of men here, known as the Islamists, took matters into their own hands last fall.

A band of musicians

A band of musicians has made this function romantic.

A band of soldiers

A few minutes later, a band of soldiers came up, and an officer, hearing the priests speaking a foreign language, drew his sword and hysterically asked who they were.

A bench of judges

After all, she got the job after leading a bench of judges in 2010 that handedly backed Mr Rajapaksa’s reworking of the constitution.

A bench of magistrates

Within a few years settlers numbers increased greatly and before 1850 a local bench of magistrates and a place for holding petty sessions was established.

A bevy of beauties

Flanked by a bevy of beauties and cheered by thousands of fans, Stern and his retinue of strippers handed out free boom boxes and satellite radio subscriptions.

A bevy of girls

I don’t know whether it’s the Veuve on ice or our British accents, but a bevy of girls flocks from across the room to join us.

A bevy of writers

She was one of a bevy of writers singing at the celebration.

A board of directors

This meeting has been arranged by a board of directors.

A board of trustees

A board of trustees was established to administer the system, replacing the regents in this role.

A body of men

I can command a body of men in a rough way, but I am not fit to be President.

A bunch of crooks

The Mandela family turned out to be a bunch of crooks too unfortunately.

A caravan of travelers

One night a caravan of travelers from a distant land arrives and passes through the village.

A choir of singers

At the opening of the museum last week, Queen Sofia of Spain was greeted by a choir of singers and folkloric Basque music.

A circle of friends

She had a circle of friends in whom she confided sparingly.

A class of students

He was the first to appoint a faculty and admit a class of students.

A crew of sailors

A small crew of sailors on each ship pulled the cork out of a carefully drilled hole in the ship’s bottom.

A crowd of people

A crowd of people gathered around the man, checking his breath to make sure he was still alive.

A flock of tourists

A flock of tourists come to India every year to see the India heritages.

A gang of criminals

I know the leader of well-known gang of criminals.

A gang of laborers

In the silver mines at Laurium, in ancient Greece, the master miner commanded three gangs of laborers.

A gang of thieves

How did they know that the council was not a gang of thieves, the brigade demanded?

A group of dancers

That was a nice group of dancers, I really liked.

A pack of thieves

How did they know that the council was not a pack of thieves, the brigade demanded?

A panel of experts

A panel of experts – including journalists, coaches and former players – picked a shortlist in April.

A regiment of soldiers

Probably they will force a regiment of soldiers to attend, or students and schoolchildren.

A staff of employees

Management has acknowledged that a staff of 800 employees will put limits on the repertory or result in employees and players returning on private contracts.

A team of players

It should be about picking a team of players that offer Hodgson different tactical choices.

A tribe of Indians

At one time this land was inhabited by the Siwanoy tribe of Indians.

A troupe of dancers

A troupe of dancers, skateboarders and contortionists had taken their leave just seconds earlier.

An army of soldiers

Imagine an army of soldiers holding a line that is between you and the entity.

An audience of listeners

Your audience of listeners will need to relate to whatever topic you pick to rap about.

An orchestra of musicians

Mr. Thomas and his players again showed what can happen when an invigorating music director cultivates an orchestra of musicians eager for a challenge.

List of Collective Nouns for People

  • A babble of barbers
  • A band of men
  • A band of musicians
  • A band of robbers
  • A band of soldiers
  • A banner/A rout of knights
  • A battalion of soldiers
  • A bench of aldermen
  • A bench of bishops
  • A bench/A sentence of judges
  • A bench of magistrates
  • A bevy/A galaxy of beauties
  • A bevy of girls
  • A bevy of writers
  • A billow/A hack of smokers
  • A blackening of shoemakers
  • A blast of hunters
  • A blaze/A conflagration of pyromaniacs
  • A blur of Impressionists
  • A blush of boys
  • A board of directors
  • A board of trustees
  • A board/A brood of chess players
  • A boast of barristers
  • A body of men
  • A body of pathologists
  • A bunch of crooks
  • A caravan of gypsies
  • A caravan of travelers

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  • A cast/A company/A cry of actors/players
  • A stack/A shush of librarians
  • A cavalcade of horsemen
  • A chapter/A dignity of canons
  • A choir of singers
  • A circle of friends
  • A class of pupils
  • A class of students
  • A clutch/A crunch of wrestlers
  • A college of cardinals
  • A colony of lepers
  • A colony of microbiologists
  • A company of actors
  • A company/A syndicate of capitalists
  • A company of girl guides
  • A company of soldiers
  • A company/A syndicate of capitalists
  • A complex of psychologists
  • A conflagration of arsonists
  • A confusion/A ponder of philosophers
  • A conglomerate/A formation of geologists
  • A congregation of churchgoers
  • A conjunction of grammarians
  • A consternation of mothers
  • A converting of preachers
  • A cortege of mourners
  • A coven of witches
  • A crew of sailors
  • A crowd of onlookers
  • A crowd of people/spectators/audience

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  • A crush of shoppers
  • A curse/An illusion of painters
  • A cutting of cobblers
  • A damning of jurors
  • A debauchery of hedonists
  • A decanter/A decorum of deans
  • A gang/A den of thieves
  • A density of meatheads
  • A diligence of messengers
  • A discord/A panel of experts
  • A discretion of priests
  • A disguising of tailors
  • A disguising/A proud showing of tailors
  • A disputation/An eloquence/A greed/A huddle/A quarrel of lawyers
  • A doctrine of doctors
  • A sneer of butlers
  • A drift of lecturers
  • A dynasty of kings
  • A faculty of academics
  • A faith of merchants
  • A feast of brewers
  • A fellowship of yeomen
  • A fighting of beggars
  • A flight of refugees
  • A flock of tourists
  • A flood/A flush of plumbers
  • A freeze of Northerners
  • A gaggle of censors

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List of Collective Nouns for People

  • A gaggle of women
  • A gaggle/A riot of comedians
  • A galaxy of governesses
  • A gang of criminals
  • A gang of crooks
  • A gang of hoodlums
  • A gang of prisoners
  • A gang of robbers
  • A gang of thieves
  • A gang of workmen
  • A gang/A pity of prisoners
  • A giggle of girls
  • A glitter of generals
  • A glozing of taverners
  • A goring of butchers
  • A graft of tree surgeons
  • A grope of groupies
  • A group of dancers
  • A group of singers
  • A hastiness of cooks
  • A helix of geneticists
  • A herd of harlots
  • A horde of nomads
  • A horde of savages
  • A host of angels
  • A house of senators
  • A joint of osteopaths
  • A lie/An equivocation of politicians
  • A line of kings/rulers
  • A melody of harpists
  • A mess/An execution of officers

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  • A meter of percussionists
  • A mob of rioters
  • A morbidity of majors
  • A mug/A reflection of narcissists
  • A multiply/An unhappiness of husbands
  • A mutter of mothers-in-law
  • A wisdom of grandparents
  • A number/A set of mathematicians
  • A pack of Brownies
  • A pack of thieves
  • A pan of reviewers
  • A panel of experts
  • A party of friends
  • A patrol of policemen
  • A peck of Frenchmen
  • A picket of strikers
  • A pint of Irishmen
  • A pity/A gang of prisoners
  • A plush/A rascal of boys
  • A pomposity of professors
  • A posse of police
  • A posse of sheriffs
  • A pound of Englishmen
  • A prance of equestrians
  • A promise of barmen
  • A prudence of vicars
  • A quiz of teachers
  • A rage of maidens
  • A rash of dermatologists

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  • A regiment of soldiers
  • A rookery/A school of clerks
  • A rout of schoolboys
  • A sample of salesmen
  • A school of clerks
  • A scolding of seamstresses
  • A scoop/A slant of journalists
  • A sentence of judges
  • A series of radiologists
  • A set/A subtlety of designers
  • A set/A swish of hairdressers
  • A shower of bastards
  • A shower of meteorologists
  • A shrivel of critics
  • A shuffle of bureaucrats
  • A side of dancers
  • A simplicity of subalterns
  • A poverty of pipers
  • A slate of candidates
  • A slither of gossip columnists
  • A slouch of models
  • A sneer of butlers
  • A sprig of vegetarians
  • A squad of beaters
  • A squad of soldiers
  • A squat of daubers
  • A squeal of nieces
  • A staff of employees
  • A staff of servants
  • A staff of teachers

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  • A stalk of foresters
  • A subtlety of sergeants at law
  • A superfluity of nuns
  • A tabernacle of bakers
  • A talent of gamblers
  • A tantrum of decorators
  • A team of athletes
  • A team of players
  • A thought of barons
  • A tribe of Indians
  • A tribe of natives
  • A trip of hippies
  • A troop of boy scouts
  • A troupe of acrobats
  • A troupe of artistes
  • A troupe of dancers
  • A troupe of minstrels
  • A troupe of performers
  • A wandering of tinkers
  • A wheeze of joggers
  • A worship of writers
  • An absence/An order of waiters
  • An alley/A pratfall of clowns
  • A brace/A wince of dentists
  • An amalgamation of metallurgists
  • An amble of walkers
  • An ambush of widows
  • An army of soldiers
  • A roll of drummers
  • An attitude/A grunt of teenagers
  • An audience of listeners
  • An eloquence of lawyers
  • An embarrassment /A persistence of parents
  • An entrance of actresses
  • An expectation of heirs
  • An expectation of midwives
  • An obscurity/A rhyme of poets
  • An illusion of magicians
  • An impatience of wives
  • An imposition of in-laws
  • An obeisance of servants
  • An observance of hermits
  • An obstruction of dons
  • An orchestra of musicians

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