2 Collective Nouns for Steps

Written by Gabriel Cruz - Slang & Language Enthusiast

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Steps, or stairs, are means of going from one floor to the next. There are escalators and elevators available, but some people prefer using steps so they can squeeze a simple exercise into their daily routine. So, what do we call a group of steps? We have the collective nouns for steps below!

Collective Nouns for Steps

Flight

  • (Meaning) The word “flight” is used for a group of steps or a stairway leading to another floor. Steps are the most common way of getting to another level of a building.

  • Example 1: This is a steep flight of steps! 

  • Example 2: We can use the flight of steps so we won’t have to wait for the elevator.

Set

  • (Meaning) A stairway consists of multiple steps that are connected to each other, helping a person reach another floor of a building. Therefore, we call a group of steps or a stairway a “set of steps.”

  • Example 1: I’ll use the set of steps so I could achieve my 10,000 steps goal for today.

  • Example 2: We’re only going up one floor, so let’s use the set of steps.

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