assembling, garland, roundup, accrual, quantity, line of battle, recovering, selection, show, hodgepodge, parade, appeal, prayer, appealingness, holdings, ingathering, order, compilation, lot, securing, charm, array, heap, order of battle, concentration, arrangement, cluster, batch, stack, allurement, anthology, mass, accruement, bundle, entreaty, exhibition, hookup, amassment, hoard, agglomeration, corpus, solicitation, gathering, combination, knot, congeries, disposition, finding, sight, pile, collect, compendium, cumulation, miscellany, cache, collecting, mess, symposium, clutch, collation, accretion, battle array, battery, number, omnibus, clump, stock
collection (part of speech: noun)
acquisition (part of speech: noun)
crew (part of speech: noun)
coterie, litter, fellowship, army, school, circle, faction, sect, colony, outfit, club, complement, coalition, band, pack, crowd, clan, division, party, fleet, brigade, bevy, mob, clique, junta, battalion, team, gang, set, assembly, fraternity, phalanx, assemblage, staff, cabal, cadre, cell, force, nest, flock, league, detachment, caucus, host, troop, union, bunch, drove, company, ring, troupe, crew, wing, posse, herd, covey, platoon, squad, tribe, hive, aggregation, body, group, regiment, retinue, string, society
list (part of speech: noun)
enumeration, notebook, log, inventory, invoice, treasury, scrapbook, ledger, check, statement, recount, list, lexicon, calendar, dictionary, yearbook, bank-book, documentation, bill, index, logbook, menu, sum, thesaurus, census, table, history, workbook, diary, annals, repertory, roster, roll, record, detail, storybook, chronicle, scroll, registry, score, novel, schedule, album, summary, tally, docket, manifest, total, file, recording, journal, book, store, tabulate, pad, catalog, account, budget, itemization, register, blank-book, waybill, cash book, daybook, count, annual, tablet, digest
oblation (part of speech: noun)
- Nothing in the whole collection looked older or more worn than he. - "The World's Greatest Books, Vol III", Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton, Eds..
- The basis of his calculations was the number of houses returned in 1690 by the officers who made the last collection of the hearth money. - "The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 1 (of 5)", Thomas Babington Macaulay.
- Nor had anyone but the Boy sympathised with his resolution to make a Collection. - "The Magnetic North", Elizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond).