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 bundling
The adviser fears that moving the prisoners east means “they are thinking of bundling them across the border into Iraq.”Where Is Al Qaeda Holding Its Western Hostages In Syria?|Jamie Dettmer|January 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Barack Obama and John McCain also proved adept at developing a bundling system.
We soon began to see women and girls at work in the fields, digging potatoes alone, or bundling up the grain which the men cut.Excursions and Poems|Henry David Thoreau
Bundling them all in a bunch, she proffered them to Conan, who handed them to the astonished Devi.The People of the Black Circle|Robert E. Howard
There is a great outcry just now about the paper on bundling which was in the last Yankee.Bundling; Its Origin, Progress and Decline in America|Henry Reed Stiles
He says that they are a Greek custom and he connects them with bundling.Folkways|William Graham Sumner
Bundling the sufferers below as gently as the exigency permitted, the boats were cleared and swung out ready for launching.In the Track of the Trades|Lewis R. Freeman
British Dictionary definitions for bundling
- 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 bundling
Idioms and Phrases with bundling
In addition to the idiom beginning with bundle
- bundle of nerves
- make a bundle