Definition of collective:
assembled, breed, socialistic, agricultural, mass, corporal, aggregate, corporate, united, distributed, agrochemical, embodied, pooled, public, the CAP, big, business, agglomerate, collectivized, made-up, accredited, personal, multiple, brisk, business-to-business, built, agronomy, agribusiness, agronomics, agglomerative, bodied, incarnate, agriculture, anticompetitive, among, agrarian, agroindustry, collectivised, indivisible, agglomerated, incorporated, conjoint, clustered, socialist, all-night, brick-and-mortar, bloated, uneven, conjunct, aggregative, simple, communal.
- co-operative (part of speech: adjective)
- complete (part of speech: adjective)
- universal (part of speech: adjective)
- collected (part of speech: adjective)
- "Manhood of Humanity.", Alfred Korzybski.
- "The Problem of China", Bertrand Russell.
A sound distinction to make, quite as sound as when later on, the officers having learned the formal phrases, they would put it in another way, and say: " Is this a private grievance or is it a collective grievance?"- "The Trade Union Woman", Alice Henry.