Synonyms for Nest:
n.back up, browse, access, burn, block, capture, burn-in, author, call up, archive. rookery, perch, roost. disaster area, cattle auction, center of excellence, destination, dodge city, dumping ground, anchorage, dust trap. assortment, bank, bale, agglomeration, arsenal, battery, batch. caw, cheep, alight, chirp, chatter, cry, flap, brood, coo, beat. marshal, prioritize, codify, reorganize, operate, structure, systematize, manage, restructure, coordinate. earth, lodge, habitat, bedding, burrow, rabbit warren, molehill. harbor, hideout, hiding place, cover, haven, refuge, cache, sanctuary. •crew (noun)
outfit, colony, clique, crew, clan, league, body, school, army, club, band, fellowship, retinue, cadre, junta, bevy, collection, bunch, coterie, herd, ring, fraternity, fleet, host, cell, caucus, detail, group, drove, union, complement, battalion, troop, faction, team, assemblage, party, platoon, aggregation, assembly, posse, hive, string, circle, society, litter, coalition, gang, crowd, cabal, division, mob, tribe, sect, force, staff, detachment, pack, set, wing, squad, troupe, company, regiment, flock, brigade, phalanx, covey.
haunt, lair, incubator, aerie, cradle, womb, retreat.
haunt, burrow, refuge, lair, aerie, roost.
habitat, perch, molehill, aerie, bedding, roost, rookery. rabbit warren. burrow. earth. lodge. •abide
•Other relevant words:
capture, assortment, beat, marshal, prioritize, rookery, batch, retreat, molehill, refuge, archive, earth, manage, alight, destination, roost, arsenal, burrow, operate, structure, agglomeration, caw, cache, lair, bank, hideout, lodge, coordinate, restructure, cry, codify, perch, browse, brood, haven, chirp, chatter, access, coo, author, cover, womb, cheep, systematize, sanctuary, bedding, block, aerie, flap, bale, battery, harbor, cradle, haunt, anchorage, incubator, habitat, burn, reorganize.
Usage examples for nest
He met her and loved her dearly and told her he wanted her to come and live with him, and they built their home nest and were very happy together, because they decided they would always love each other more than any one else in the world. – The Mother and Her Child by William S. Sadler Lena K. Sadler