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Definition of "bunched" []

  • A number of things growing, fastened, or grouped together (noun)
  • A collection; group (noun)
  • A group or company (noun)
  • A protuberance (noun)
  • To group or be grouped into a bunch (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of bunch. (verb)

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Use "bunched" in a sentence
  • "COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - So bunched is the Western Conference playoff race that no one wants to come up just short and regret a point or two that slipped away."
  • "On my blog about I talk about the differences between students writing their first draft and I painting my first painting, My painting on the left, I call my bunched up sunflowers."
  • "California distributor recalls bunched spinach after routine tests detect salmonella"