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  1. Ken Marius
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    Collective Noun

    Hallo,

    Please help me.... What is collective noun of:
    a......... star
    a......... hounds

    tq.

  2. rlfwood's Avatar

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    Re: Collective Noun

    I don't know of a commonly-used collective noun for a group of stars (unless the group has a name, in which case you could use "constellation").

    For "hounds", use "pack", i.e,, "a pack of hounds".

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