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Group

Antonyms for group:

disarrange, jumble.

Synonyms for group:

Sense 1

societal, put down as, social, Anschluss, triune, bilateral, denomination, psychology, linnaean, shindy, characterize, cartel, trine, therapy, hold up as, multilateral, cohort, identify with, taxonomy, reclassify, ruck, cluster, technicality, face to face, fellow citizen, Triunity, scarcity, duet, soiree, mass meeting, ilk, confederation, fine print, suit, triad, troika, couplet, subdivision, gather, triumvirate, familial, twosome, countrywoman, conjoint, scattering, tribal, personnel, mark as.

Sense 2

forgather, yoke, few, three, race, bash, concentration, domestic, convoke, fete, bundle, bracket, pair, legion, turnout, couple, citizen, triple, horde, doublet, duo, category, household, sprinkling, tier, sorority, enrollment, conclave, gala, corporation, convene, classification, confederacy, guild, minimum, row, compatriot, gregarious, congregate, pool, species, shindig, companionship, combined, feather, organization, describe, two.

Sense 3

mingle, socialize, handful, alliance, distribute, multitude, stripe, business, queue, countryman, shift, network, united, trio, festivity, trinity, loop, brace, mutual, congress, lump, get together, muster.

Sense 4

function, meeting, command, green, general, homely, affair, clump, blowout, variety, establishment, tissue, enterprise, public, column.

Sense 5

file, mold, web, assign, association, knot, description, national, bank.

Sense 6

cloud, minority, count, mass, persuasion, breed, celebration.

Sense 7

combination, together, house, match, trust, blast, circuit.

Sense 8

manner, call, nature.

Sense 9

round.

Sense 11

occasion.

a people

folk.

arow

line.

bunch

batch.

categorize

classify, class, put down as.

clan

moiety.

club

membership.

clump

tuft.

congregate

assemble.

grade

quality.

joint

community.

order

normalize.

quartet

foursome.

separate

compartmentalize.

unit

squadron.

collected (adjective)

collective.

kindred (adjective)

Family.

Sense 1 (noun)

communal, common, tribal.

Sense 2 (noun)

clump, association, knot, cluster, bundle, batch, organization, lot.

Sense 3 (noun)

get together, congress, muster.

Sense 4 (noun)

characterize.

Sense 5 (noun)

ensemble.

Sense 6 (noun)

multilateral, combined, united, bilateral, together.

Sense 7 (noun)

taxonomy, variety.

Sense 8 (noun)

minimum, scattering, minority, scarcity, sprinkling, few, handful.

categorization (noun)

classification.

collection (noun)

formation, assortment, partnership, bloc, federation, medley, college, salad, stew, corps, council, omnium-gatherum.

crew (noun)

sect, tribe, fellowship, company, bevy, faction, platoon, pack, union, club, mob, detail, society, drove, cell, crew, collection, assemblage, coterie, party, school, wing, host, covey, force, regiment, army, fraternity, retinue, circle, league, posse, division, phalanx, clique, junta, litter, brigade, cadre, aggregation, gang, colony, detachment, outfit, complement, assembly, clan, troupe, nest, troop, caucus, squad, staff, ring, crowd, fleet, cabal, flock, battalion, coalition, team, herd, body, hive, string.

entirety (noun)

ensemble.

inhabitants (noun)

population.

line (noun)

line, queue.

number of individuals collectively (noun)

coterie, aggregation, congregation, covey, gang, club, category, posse, crowd, grade, sort, pool, gathering, class, body, assembly, faction, platoon, bunch, assemblage, league, cartel, society, trust, association, clique, crew, assortment, bundle, lot, band, set, circle, batch, bevy, combination, formation, party, clump, cluster, collection, organization, pack, company, troop.

rank (noun)

series.

religious belief (noun)

denomination.

school (noun)

school.

school of thought (noun)

sect.

tops (noun)

grouping.

variety (noun)

assortment.

youth (noun)

minority.

bring together (verb)

get together, arrange, bracket, gather, systematize, harmonize, organize, assemble, collect, congregate.

categorize (verb)

designate, brand, stamp, assort, label.

classify, sort (verb)

file, pigeonhole, marshal, order, rank, assort, categorize.

collect (verb)

mix, aggregate, collect, bunch, assemble, band.

separate (verb)

point off.

Usage examples for group:

  • The group on the road paid no attention. - "The Egyptian Cat Mystery", Harold Leland Goodwin.
  • I told them I'd bring the whole group back to talk it over. - "Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom", Cory Doctorow.
  • The little group grew closer to him than ever. - "The Brother of Daphne", Dornford Yates.

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