Lint Groups

rustc has the concept of a "lint group", where you can toggle several warnings through one name.

For example, the nonstandard-style lint sets non-camel-case-types, non-snake-case, and non-upper-case-globals all at once. So these are equivalent:

$ rustc -D nonstandard-style
$ rustc -D non-camel-case-types -D non-snake-case -D non-upper-case-globals

Here's a list of each lint group, and the lints that they are made up of:

group description lints
nonstandard-style Violation of standard naming conventions non-camel-case-types, non-snake-case, non-upper-case-globals
warnings all lints that would be issuing warnings all lints that would be issuing warnings
edition-2018 Lints that will be turned into errors in Rust 2018 tyvar-behind-raw-pointer
rust-2018-idioms Lints to nudge you toward idiomatic features of Rust 2018 bare-trait-object, unreachable-pub
unused These lints detect things being declared but not used unused-imports, unused-variables, unused-assignments, dead-code, unused-mut, unreachable-code, unreachable-patterns, unused-must-use, unused-unsafe, path-statements, unused-attributes, unused-macros, unused-allocation, unused-doc-comment, unused-extern-crates, unused-features, unused-parens
future-incompatible Lints that detect code that has future-compatibility problems private-in-public, pub-use-of-private-extern-crate, patterns-in-fns-without-body, safe-extern-statics, invalid-type-param-default, legacy-directory-ownership, legacy-imports, legacy-constructor-visibility, missing-fragment-specifier, illegal-floating-point-literal-pattern, anonymous-parameters, parenthesized-params-in-types-and-modules, late-bound-lifetime-arguments, safe-packed-borrows, incoherent-fundamental-impls, tyvar-behind-raw-pointer, unstable-name-collision

Additionally, there's a bad-style lint group that's a deprecated alias for nonstandard-style.

Finally, you can also see the table above by invoking rustc -W help. This will give you the exact values for the specific compiler you have installed.