Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of bundle.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bundle.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • One alternative: pre-made compressed bricks of recycled wood fibers that are sold in bundles or large pallets and engineered to burn hotter and more consistently without the hassle and mess of split logs.

    Drafty Fireplaces Meet Their Match

  • Introductory offers on Stanza Press poetry, new Six-of-the-Best bargain bundles, Tomorrow Revisited and many, many more ...

    March 2010

  • The new hubbub is about building perceived value, with the tiny burgers often sold in bundles of two, three or even six.

    In tough times, restaurants try mini burgers to get a nibble

  • Afghanistan's president, Hamid Karzai, has come under fire this week after admitting that his chief of staff received money from Iran in bundles of cash.

    British Government Says 'Progress Made' in Afghanistan

  • The securities may contain bundles of mortgage, credit card or auto loans.

    New Rules Require Banks To Share More Risk

  • For each plate, spring leeks, carrots, and asparagus are deftly tied in bundles with a blade of chive.

    2009 October : The Cooking Adventures of Chef Paz

  • I have seen ready-made pie shells at Costco, in bundles of five or six, made from graham crackers (or at least it looks like graham crackers, same taste), which are the very ones I buy to make my cheese cakes, but they are not appropriate for cherry pies.

    I need Mexican Crisco

  • They sell these in bundles at our area Lowe's store for a fairly reasonable price and one door ways worth could make at least a couple of frames or more depending on the size of the print.

    Framing Those Posters

  • In France, you can buy “sachets de levure chimique” - They come in bundles of about seven paper packets – each one contains about 2 good teaspoons of baking powder.

    potiron - French Word-A-Day

  • ` ` Like I always said, turnovers come in bundles, '' coach Greg McMackin said.

    USATODAY.com

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