verb (used with object), bun·dled, bun·dling.
verb (used without object), bun·dled, bun·dling.
Origin of bundle
Related formsbun·dler, noun
Examples from the Web for bundle
Now it is true that this bundle of blunders and errors does not constitute “participation”in genocide.Bernard-Henri Lévy: Yes, France Is To Blame For Rwanda|Bernard-Henri Lévy|April 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Mingma also stepped back and let Arnot bundle the bleeding man into a tent.
He is quite a bundle of stimulus and reflex, with no reflection.The Real Wolf of Wall Street: Jordan Belfort’s Vulgar Memoirs|Jimmy So|December 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We know that Les Moonves, like any good chief executive, cares about the bottom line and making a bundle for shareholders.CBS Is Right to Ban the Boobs With Grammy Awards ‘Wardrobe Advisory’|Lauren Ashburn|February 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
However, campaigns are legally required to disclose bundlers who are registered lobbyists, as well as the amounts they bundle.
Without further speech they picked up the bundle and descended laboriously into the garden.The House by the River|A. P. Herbert
"Guess something is smashed inside, for a bit of glass fell out," observed Will, as they deposited the bundle at her feet.Eight Cousins|Louisa M. Alcott
God creates a number of good propensities, and a number of evil propensities, packs them up in a bundle and calls them "man."Not Guilty|Robert Blatchford
An Old Man, afflicted with a family of contentious Sons, brought in a bundle of sticks and asked the young men to break it.Fantastic Fables|Ambrose Bierce
I looked long at my bundle, and thought of the dear hands that had so carefully wrapped it up.Diary of an Enlisted Man|Lawrence Van Alstyne
British Dictionary definitions for bundle
- Australian and NZ slang to panic or give up hope
- NZ slang to give birth
Derived Formsbundler, noun
Word Origin for bundle
Medicine definitions for bundle
Idioms and Phrases with bundle
In addition to the idiom beginning with bundle
- bundle of nerves
- make a bundle