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