collective noun for rabbits



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Collective noun for rabbits: colony
A group of rabbits is called a colony.
The collective noun for rabbits is colony.
Nest, down, warren, bury, kindle, leash, trace, trip, drove, herd, fluffle, flick, husk, and wrack are the other collective nouns for rabbits.
Collective nouns for rabbits with usage
SUBJECT COLLECTIVE NOUN USAGE EXAMPLE
rabbitscolonyA colony of rabbits
('colony' generally refers to a group of rabbits living/grazing in the same neighborhood)
rabbitsnestA nest of rabbits
('nest' generally refers to a group of rabbits living together)
rabbitsdownA down of rabbits
rabbitswarrenA warren of rabbits
rabbitsburyA bury of rabbits
rabbitskindleA kindle of rabbits
('wrack' generally refers to a group of young rabbits)
rabbitsleashA leash of rabbits
rabbitstraceA trace of rabbits
rabbitstripA trip of rabbits
rabbitsdroveA drove of rabbits
rabbitsherdA herd of rabbits
rabbitsfluffleA fluffle of rabbits
rabbitsflickA flick of rabbits
rabbitshuskA husk of rabbits
('husk' generally refers to a group of jackrabbits)
rabbitswrackA wrack of rabbits
('wrack' generally refers to a group of young rabbits)
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