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Synonyms for bunch

Synonyms for bunch

a number of individuals making up or considered a unit

a particular social group

a small raised area of skin resulting from a light blow or an insect sting, for example

Synonyms for bunch

a grouping of a number of similar things

an informal body of friends

any collection in its entirety

form into a bunch

gather or cause to gather into a cluster

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The Latin GRAMMYS are the perfect stage to premiere a program anchored on the passion that characterizes Hispanics," said Mili Laddha, Senior Brand Manager, Post Honey Bunches of Oats.
Selector Scale combination weighing only works when matching bunches or pieces eg grapes.
Then the knife's round end is used to dig out celery bunches at the root line.
Asda's roses were previously priced at pounds 3 for bunches of 10.
The new biomass plants will use these leftover-disposable palm bunches as renewable energy source to generate the output of a 10,000kW small-scale electric power plant.
Arrange the flowers from both bunches at the top of the pen so that it looks like one large bunch.
The staircase becomes irregular, indicating that electron additions occur in bunches.
The MagnaVerno[TM] treated area produced much heavier yields -- 35 percent -- which were also brighter green in color and bunches were larger in size.
March 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Honey Bunches of Oats announces the latest in on-the-go breakfast options, new Honey Bunches of Oats Breakfast Biscuits, available nationwide.
99, while Waitrose were offering two bunches of tulips or daffodils for pounds 5.
He pleaded no contest June 8 to misdemeanor conspiracy to commit insurance fraud, was placed on three years' probation, and ordered to testify against the Bunches.
A vine that produces 15 bunches at its peak may eventually only produce one per vintage.
4 angstrom by sending a stream of pulsed infrared light from a powerful laser across a beam of tightly focused bunches of high-energy electrons.