verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Words nearby bunch
Origin of bunch
OTHER WORDS FROM bunchun·bunched, adjective
synonym study for bunch
Examples from the Web for bunches
This protracted blossoming led to bunches containing berries of very different sizes, a condition called millerandage.Bad News for the Bubbly: Champagne Suffers Worst Season in Decades|The Telegraph|August 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Almost every tank and armored vehicle in the square was covered with anti-Mubarak graffiti and bunches of flowers.Egypt's Million Man March Protesters to Mubarak: Resign Now|Babak Dehghanpisheh|February 1, 2011|DAILY BEAST
He bunches himself up tightly, one leg entwined over the other, with the crossed leg dangling, limply, languorously.
The nests looked flimsy to Phoebe—they were just bunches of sticks—and it looked to her like they might fall out of the trees.
Sand and bunches of seaweed were hurled up at intervals to be swept aside by the wind.Ways of Wood Folk|William J. Long
Before the heavy snows these bunches were rounded up and driven to the ranch to winter there.The Land of Strong Men|Arthur M. Chisholm
There were loaves of stale bread, bunches of onions and strings of sausages behind the small window-panes.Under Western Eyes|Joseph Conrad
In two minutes he was back, carrying four bunches of celery and a paper box marked "Paraffine candles."The Other Fellow|F. Hopkinson Smith
Carts are heaped high with turnips, and bunches of carrots, like huge red fingers, are seen in all directions.