Definition of Bunched

1. Verb. (past of bunch) ¹



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Definition of Bunched

1. bunch [v] - See also: bunch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bunched

bunaftine
bunamidine hydrochloride
bunas
bunazosin
bunce
bunced
bunces
bunch
bunch of fives
bunch together
bunch up
buncha
bunchberries
bunchberry
bunched (current term)
bunches
bunches of fives
bunchflower
bunchier
bunchiest
bunchily
bunchiness
bunching
bunchings
bunchy
buncing
bunco

Literary usage of Bunched

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1. A Dictionary of Electrical Words, Terms and Phrases by Edwin James Houston (1903)
"Where the cables are bunched, the bunches are sometimes again surrounded by insulating ... bunched A cable containing more than a single wire or conductor. ..."

2. Manual of the Essentials of Diseases of the Eye and Ear by Joseph Howard Buffum (1896)
"After the optic nerve has passed through the lamina cribrosa on entering the eyeball, its fibres, as they are bunched together, form a slight elevation ..."

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