bunch together


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Synonyms for bunch together

form into a bunch

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This is the strongest squad Cardiff City have had in many a year I want to keep this bunch together.
The Preview collections promise the usual abundance of florals and polka dots but it's the free-for-all graphic explosion that's grabbing our attention, with no one trend to bunch together to create what we could effectively call the new trend.
The company first carried out tests on a circular multihead weigher, which were promising in terms of improved speeds, but as Site Director Philippe Blanc explains: "This type of weigher was not suitable in terms of product changeovers and did not cope too well with the tendency of the products to bunch together.
This is a vastly generalised comment which does not take into account the size, or indeed the location of a store--one cannot simply bunch together the c-tore sector and make such sweeping comments.
Professor Garel Rhys of Cardiff University said the monitoring device at the western end of the 50mph section through Port Talbot was causing vehicles to bunch together dangerously as drivers braked to avoid speeding tickets.
We have a young bunch together and there is an exuberance about their performances.
You couldn't bring such an ill-suited bunch together if you tried.
One scientist has observed flocks of starlings bunch together in the air when attacked by a falcon.
When growth is abnormally excessive, Schwann cells bunch together, pressing against the hearing and balance nerves, often causing gradual hearing loss, tinnitus or ringing in the ears, and dizziness.
All other currencies tended to bunch together at the bottom of the bands against the lira and the peseta, and several currencies reached their bilateral limits at times.
Seersucker fabric is woven in such a way that some threads bunch together, giving the fabric a wrinkled appearance in places.