As editors we often hunt for just the right word. Well chase through bogs and marshes to snare elusive terms. James Liptons An Exaltation of Larks: The Ultimate Edition lists more than a thousand terms of venery, an archaic word for the hunt.
Some were first recorded in the 1400s (a murder of crows, a clowder of cats) and some are of recent coinage (a WYSIWYG of computer programs). Some, like geological formations, metamorphose over time. In his 1968 edition, Lipton listed a conglomerate of geologists; by 1991 it had become a stratum of geologists. He also includes:
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