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  • n. Plural form of bunching.


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  • Yet now came one of those strange bunchings of political and personal dramas that would further complicate the Suez crisis.

    The Prize

  • Furthermore, the hue fuligin, which is darker than black, admirably erases all folds, bunchings, and gatherings so far as the eye is concerned, showing only a featureless dark.

    The Shadow of the Torturer

  • TRU'NNIONS, _s. _ the knobs or bunchings of a gun, that bear it on the checks of a carriage

    The Illustrated London Reading Book

  • The foreign ladies, in their simple, tasteful, fresh attire, innocent of the humpings and bunchings, the monstrosities and deformities of ultra-fashionable bad taste, beamed with cheerfulness, friendliness, and kindliness.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • Track the pulsings of a quasar, the beatings of a heart, the flow of the tides, the bunchings and thinnings of traffic, or the gyrations of the stock market, and the data points will graph out as pink noise.

    NYT > Home Page

  • As far as the rule of applying flowers, leaves or seeds to every inch of the float, well, up close, the bunchings of flowers start to look the same - like a painter who knows one brushstroke and one lighting technique and one set of eyes and paints them over and over and over.... oh so boring... every float seemed to have a grid of roses all eerily the same size in a rigid "fill" of rigidly outlined sections.

    Mat Gleason: Rose Parade Floats: Street Art by Another Name


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