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rain
downpour of water or other substances
sun
the brightest star
lightning
electrical discharge
wind
air currents
showers of rain
a brief period of rain
spell of weather
a period of weather of a particular kind
rumbles of thunder
a deep, long, rolling sound
flashes of lightning
a sudden burst of light
claps of thunder
A sudden, loud, explosive sound
spots of rain
a small amount of rain
gusts of wind
A strong, abrupt rush of wind.
a loaf of
A shaped, usually rounded mass of food
a slice of
. A thin piece cut from a larger object
a bar of
A rectangular block of a substance
a tube of
A hollow cylinder that contains a fluid
a carton of
a container of waxed paper in which fluids are sold
a blade of
The leaf of grasses
a cloud of
a mass of particles in the air
a puff of
A short sudden release of air
a breath of
inhalation of air
a lump of
An irregularly shaped mass
a stroke of
A sudden action having a strong effect
a fit of
A sudden outburst of emotion
the means of
method to reach a goal
an article of
one of a class of objects
an item of
. A bit of information
a state of chaos
a condition of great disorder
a state of tension
a condition of nervousness
a state of confusion
a condition of being confused
a state of health
A condition of optimal well-being
a state of disorder
a lack of order
a state of uncertainty
being in doubt
a state of poverty
being poor
a state of agitation
not being calm
a state of disrepair
in need of repairing
a state of flux
being in continuous change
a group
a number of persons or things considered as a collective unit
a crowd
A large number of persons gathered together
a gang
A group of criminals or who band together for mutual protection
a flock
A group of animals that live, travel, or feed together.
a herd
A group of cattle or other domestic animals of a single kind kept together for a specific purpose.
a shoal
A large school of fish or other aquatic animals.
a swarm
A large number of insects
a pack
A group of animals, such as dogs or wolves, that run and hunt together.
a team
A group organized for work or activity
a crew
workers on a ship/ambulance/plane
the company
group of actors
the cast
actors in a film or theatre production
the public
the people as a whole
the staff
word for groups who share a place of work
a row
A series of objects placed next to each other
a clump
A thick grouping, as of trees or bushes.
a range
a series or chain of mountains
pair
two of anything that are the same
couple
vague way of saying two, not necessarily exactly the same
a pile/heap
A group of things placed or thrown, one on top of the other
a bunch
a number of things growing, fastened, or grouped together
a stack
An orderly pile, especially one arranged in layers
a set
A group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used