Synonyms for Collective:


all (adjective)
co-operative (adjective)
bilateral, coefficient, collaborative, common, co-operating, shared, co-operative, co-active, mutual, collusive.
collected (adjective)
assembled, banded, assorted, accumulated, composed, consolidated, aggregate, composite, group, cooperative, combined, grouped, bunched, cumulative, collectivist, concentrated, gathered, concerted, collected.
combined (adjective)
complete (adjective)
comprehensive, integral, unabridged, full, final, done, sum, solid, total, uncut, universal, unsevered, thorough, finished, through, intact, plenary, exhaustive, accomplished, unified, whole, entire, undivided, conclusive, all, complete.
composite (adjective)
combined, concerted, assembled, gathered, aggregate, common, cooperative, concentrated, consolidated, shared, unified, corporate, grouped, mutual, cumulative.
united (adjective)
universal (adjective)
omnipresent, general, universal, master, common, mass, prevalent, generic, ubiquitous.


business, accredited, business-to-business, brisk, brick-and-mortar, bloated, all-night, big, anticompetitive. agrarian, agribusiness, agricultural, agronomy, agroindustry, Agronomics, agrochemical, the CAP, breed, agriculture. collective (noun)
agglomerative, assembled, agglomerated, corporate, agglomerate, aggregate, clustered, aggregative, built, socialist, socialistic, collectivised, made-up, mass, collectivized.

Other synonyms:

simple, brick-and-mortar, accredited, bloated, all-night, business-to-business, anticompetitive, indivisible. distributed, brisk, uneven, cooperative. business, big. Among. accumulated
Other relevant words:
agglomerative, clustered, concerted, all-night, agglomerated, collectivized, combined, built, made-up, agglomerate, collectivised, consolidated, corporate, brick-and-mortar, cumulative, indivisible, socialist, group, distributed, business-to-business, gathered, accumulated, aggregative, business, cooperative, Among, collectivist, concentrated, socialistic.

Usage examples for collective

  1. The term is often used as a collective name for all the Bishops of the American Church. – The American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia by William James Miller
  2. Three very pressing letters were therefore written to Mr Brandon; and the writers were much surprised to receive, in a short time, a collective answer, in which he stated that he would not only be present at the wedding, but that he thought of spending several months in New York. – The Late Mrs. Null by Frank Richard Stockton