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Name Game: Set B

This is part two of the test of your knowledge of a lexicon of literary terms describing collections (i.e. sets) of birds and other animals. For example, a set of larks have been described as an EXHULTATION of larks. Use the internet or whatever resources you have access to that might prove helpful. Be aware that some duplicates (and some discrepancies) exist.

  • A ___ of geese
  • A ___ of ants
  • A ___ of boars
  • A ___ of goldfinches
  • A ___ of nightingales
  • A ___ of moles
  • A ___ of rabbits
  • A ___ of seals
  • A ___ of peafowl
  • A ___ of butterflies
  • A ___ of turtles
  • A ___ of leopards
  • A ___ of toads
  • A ___ of peasants
  • A ___ of lions
  • A ___ of bass
  • A ___ of hounds
  • A ___ of ferrets
  • A ___ of swans
  • A ___ of trout
  • A ___ of teals
  • A ___ of kittens
  • A ___ of storks
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    Hint: No hints last time...no hints this time!

     


    Solution Commentary: Again, the answers I have access to are:

    • A GAGGLE of geese
    • A ARMY of ants
    • A SINGULAR of boars
    • A CHARM of goldfinches
    • A WATCH of nightingales
    • A LABOR of moles
    • A HUTCH of rabbits
    • A POD of seals
    • A MUSTER of peafowl
    • A GLITTER of butterflies
    • A DULE of turtles
    • A LEAP of leopards
    • A KNOT of toads
    • A BOUQUET of peasants
    • A PRIDE of lions
    • A SHOAL of bass
    • A MUTE of hounds
    • A BUSINESS of ferrets
    • A WEDGE of swans
    • A HOVER of trout
    • A SPRING of teals
    • A KINDLE of kittens
    • A MUSTER of storks
    How did you do?