A dognapper who steals dogs in quantity for sale to research laboratories or pet shops: Organizations that help dog owners are often thwarted by teams of thieves called ''bunchers'' (1990s+)
I wonder--do you remember the girl I happened to mention to you at my uncle's that night,--a buncher here at the Works?
Mrs. buncher had made an effort to brighten up her dingy parlor since her new lodgers took possession of it.
Mrs. buncher is the present popular and very efficient librarian of the Manchester public library.
Cally saw that the small three-years' buncher, through politeness or otherwise, was speaking without reference to the truth.
They next watched buncher, and found that he paid frequent visits to Birmingham.
The asparagus was laid on the buncher between the pins, the tops touching the back or wall to keep them even.
I know enough anyway to know when Pa ain't going to be no mark for a buncher questions, but it's got me going.