[ noun ] a grouping of a number of similar things
"a bunch of trees" "a cluster of admirers"
Used in print(Clement Greenberg, "Collage" in his Art and...)
In the upper center of Braque 's first collage , Fruit_Dish ( in Douglas_Cooper 's collection ) , a bunch of grapes is rendered with such conventionally vivid sculptural effect as to lift it practically off the picture_plane .(Whit Masterson, Evil Come, Evil Go....)
We got a bunch of sippers out there tonight .
`` Bunch of damn jerks '' , Hub growled .
[ verb ] form into a bunch
"The frightened children bunched together in the corner of the classroom"
Used in print(Rocky Mountains News, [Denver, Colorado],...)
Nischwitz was working_on a 3_hitter when the Indians bunched three of their eight hits for two runs in the sixth .(Irving Stone, The Agony and the Ecstasy....)
`` See , Argiento , if you control the way these folds are bunched , like this , or made to flow , you can enrich the body attitudes .
[ verb ] gather or cause to gather into a cluster
"She bunched her fingers into a fist" "The students bunched up at the registration desk"
Used in print(George Harmon Coxe, Error of Judgement....)
He considered them with brooding eyes , brows bunched as his brain grappled with the problem and tried to find some solution .
[ noun ] any collection in its entirety
"she bought the whole caboodle"
Used in print(Gerald Green, The Heartless Light....)
Once , Andrus walked by it , hastily scanned the bold black headline and the five column lead of the article ( by Duane_Bosch , staff correspondent - age not given ) , and muttered : `` We a buncha national celebrities '' .
[ noun ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 1060