noun, plural bun·dies. Australian.
Origin of bundy
Examples from the Web for bundy
In a stroke of genius, he enlisted Bundy to vouch for him on tape.
Bakari reaches out, strokes Bundy's cheek and stares into his eyes longingly.
Bundy refused to recognize the authority of the federal government and, instead, welcomed hundreds of armed supporters.
On April 5, the federal government came to let Bundy know that it does indeed exist.
Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) spoke out against Bundy after the standoff.
"If she'd only let it go at that—'her mere presence'—" rejoined Bundy.
Bundy and Philpot took him home, separating from Crass and Easton at the corner of the street where both the latter lived.The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists|Robert Tressell
They were very merry and jolly and seemed to enjoy themselves,—certainly Mrs. Bundy did at our piano, and we in hearing her.Letters from Port Royal|Various
The best way would be to signal Bundy and call to him before the old man could fully identify him.Colonel Carter's Christmas and The Romance of an Old-Fashioned Gentleman|F. Hopkinson Smith
Bundy retorted that an ordinary man might perhaps go far enough on that sum, but not Potts.
British Dictionary definitions for bundy
noun plural -dies Australian
- to start work
- to be in regular employment