Definition for bundled (2 of 2)
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 bundled
Ernst received nearly $450,000 in bundled contributions and $475,000 in independent expenditures from the groups for her race.
Sasse got $487,000 in bundled contributions and more than $835,000 in outside expenditures in his GOP primary.
I bundled Julia into a snowsuit, and we set off to Riverside Park.
At least one witness claims to have seen the man carrying a bundled child.Portuguese Police Name Dead Addict as Madeleine McCann Suspect|Barbie Latza Nadeau|November 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Even when bundled together, just 2.6 percent of Americans misuse prescription drugs in a given month.
At one of his stops, he had bundled most of his men into the freight cars.Tom Strong, Lincoln's Scout|Alfred Bishop Mason
Dunham shook his head as he bundled their paraphernalia out of the boat.The Opened Shutters|Clara Louise Burnham
The chaplain, tumbling down somehow from his mount, picked up the writhing boy and bundled him across the saddle.The Shepherd of the North|Richard Aumerle Maher
We let chance after chance slip, and the end of it is we shall be bundled out bag and baggage into the street.Howards End|E. M. Forster
We were bundled up in all the warm clothes we owned, and there was lots of straw in the bottom of the sleigh.Judy of York Hill|Ethel Hume Patterson Bennett
British Dictionary definitions for bundled
- 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 bundled
Idioms and Phrases with bundled
In addition to the idiom beginning with bundle
- bundle of nerves
- make a bundle