- n. Plural form of cluster.
“Out west means Arnold-grop-n-ator and turning in clusters is code for the neo-nazi-bushco. (no tin foil, just operation paperclip)”
“Small, pale yellow to pink flowers hang in clusters from a common stem.”
“After a while he found that the snow had disappeared, and that luscious fruit now hung in clusters from the trees.”
“And we ` re told they ` re between 7, 8, and 15 what they call clusters, some farther along with the New York Police Department calls the path to terrorism than others.”
“The Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) has approved a new generation of cameras that are linked wirelessly and operate in clusters, meaning that speeding drivers will be caught whichever route they take across a wide area … they read numberplates automatically and transmit data instantly to a penalty-processing centre … They are harder to vandalise than Gatso cameras because they are suspended from arms on six-metre poles.”
“At the newly opened Willow Stream Spa, suites are configured in clusters of five singles rooms opening to a communal space for groups to relax together.”
“They hung in clusters on the white jasmine which bordered the path; and out of the blossoming maple beside the pavilion their swarming sounded as if it came from the interior of some huge bell which reverberates for a long time after its midday peal.”
“Grouping them in clusters lets you see the best posts on a story or get a variety of perspectives.”
“Of the returning ants, some were empty-mandibled — but rather than passing their leaf-carrying, slow-moving brethren, they gathered in clusters and moved behind them.”
“Naked men standing in clusters of three vomited on another naked man on his haunches.”
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