bunch

All Noun
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  • The students who make up the production are a very special bunch indeed.
  • Bunch took two of them under fire despite the fact that they were just out of range.
  • So the old man bunched them up together and handed them to her. Cited from Blackfoot Lodge Tales, by George Bird Grinnell
  • They recorded a bunch of songs together, but never released an album.
  • The coach drove up close, so that they were bunched up pretty well together. Cited from Robbery Under Arms, by Rolf Boldrewood
  • A grass of dark color and bunches of light green plant grew under the surface. Cited from Tales of Lonely Trails, by Zane Grey
  • They would just be three or four white men riding in bunches. Cited from Slave Narratives; Arkansas, Pt. 1, by Work Projects Administration
  • Directly above him he saw three dark windows bunched together. Cited from The Rangeland Avenger, by Max Brand
  • When he was in condition his muscles stood out in bunches all over him. Cited from Brown Wolf and Other Jack London Stories, by Jack London
  • Bunch was still active in Europe and the United States during his final years.
  • They had bunched up their horses and tied them to a tree while they cut up the kill. Cited from The Trail Book, by Mary Austin
  • His hair was long, and fastened up in large bunches about his head. Cited from My First Voyage to Southern Seas, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • They were fast bunching immediately in the front of their human enemies. Cited from On a Torn-Away World, by Roy Rockwood
  • The pair went up the final difficulties of the day and broke clear of the bunch.
  • From that time on we saw small bunches now and then; never more than forty or fifty together. Cited from The Extermination of the American Bison, by William T. Hornaday
  • Our cattle found a few bunches out among the trees at this camp and looked some better in the morning. Cited from Death Valley in '49, by William Lewis Manly
  • They released one album with Bunch in the line up before that band also parted ways.
  • She made huge bunches of them, which she pressed one by one against her breast. Cited from Abbe Mouret's Transgression, by Emile Zola
  • When you want a pen, you will draw one out of the bunches and use it. Cited from Marco Paul's Voyages and Travels: Vermont, by Jacob Abbott
  • Kids in every town would have a bunch of different shows to go see, like over the summer.
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Meaning of bunch

  • noun A grouping of a number of similar things
    a bunch of trees, a cluster of admirers
  • noun Any collection in its entirety
    she bought the whole caboodle
  • verb Gather or cause to gather into a cluster
    She bunched her fingers into a fist