The 'layers' group
These nouns refer to ways in which things or people are arranged.
in bundles* in circles* in clumps* in clusters* in convoy in formation* in groups in heaps* in layers* in line in order in pairs in piles* in ranks* in rows in single file in a ball* in a bundle* in a circle in a cluster in a convoy in a crocodile in a curve* in a heap* in a line* in a pile* in a ring* in a row in a ... pattern* in a ... shape*
It showed a clear image of white, luminous saucer-shaped objects flying in formation against a blue sky.
Her clothes lay in heaps on the floor.
This coffee-soaked sponge with soft cheese and fresh raspberries in layers is best made a day ahead.
The atoms are arranged in a hexagonal pattern.
There must have been about fifty of them, all standing in a row.
The nouns marked with an asterisk (*) also have the pattern into N.
The rice is then cut, tied into bundles, sun-dried briefly and then threshed and milled to remove the two outer husks.
Raking leaves into a pile and jumping into them brings out the child in us all.
Roll each length into a cone shape.