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Definition of "bunches" []

  • A hairstyle in which hair is tied into two sections on either side of the head at the back
  • Plural form of bunch. (noun)

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  • Hair gathered together in two or more parts. (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bunch. (verb)

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Use "bunches" in a sentence
  • "Bonds 'ability to hit homers in bunches is why he's stayed on pace."
  • "The spruce grows in "bunches" or "stands" along the rivers, on firmer grounds which occur, like oases, in the muskegs."
  • "Philadelphia tends to score runs in bunches with an offense that relies on the long ball."