oarsman, lot, commando, work party, rower, grenadier, committee, combination, conspiracy, boatman, corps, cox, cluster, board, class, docker, caboodle, foot soldier, GI, airwoman, four, airman, Mafia, regatta, coxswain, junto, organization, consortium, boatswain, captain, Green Beret, rogues' gallery, cannon fodder, crewman, buccaneer, bosun, clustering, clinic, cap'n, unit, clump, confederacy, oarswoman, bombardier, conclave, gaggle, row, syndicate
crew (part of speech: noun)
coterie, herd, force, detail, division, troop, posse, fellowship, cell, retinue, litter, flock, fleet, bunch, collection, wing, band, complement, battalion, detachment, fraternity, group, sect, team, caucus, society, crowd, union, coalition, assemblage, outfit, party, pack, junta, club, school, circle, regiment, nest, platoon, hive, phalanx, army, set, string, company, gang, tribe, covey, league, faction, body, ring, staff, host, cadre, aggregation, brigade, drove, mob, bevy, troupe, cabal, clique, clan, assembly, squad, colony
- " Quite apart from my own share in the matter, it makes me positively sick to see a fellow like you mixed up with such a crew in such a game. - "Dead Men Tell No Tales", E. W. Hornung.
- We got a couple of its crew, though. - "Dave Dawson at Casablanca", Robert Sydney Bowen.
- He came on deck and looked round, followed at a respectful distance by the crew, but there was no sign of Mr. Bliss. - "Light Freights, Complete", W. W. Jacobs.