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Synonyms for bundle

Synonyms for bundle

a number of individuals making up or considered a unit

a large sum of money

bundle up: to put on warm clothes


Synonyms for bundle

a collection of things wrapped or boxed together

a package of several things tied together for carrying or storing

a large sum of money (especially as pay or profit)

make into a bundle

Related Words

gather or cause to gather into a cluster

compress into a wad

sleep fully clothed in the same bed with one's betrothed

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She was among the top 50 bundlers for the 2012 campaign, gathering up more than half a million dollars for the election effort.
Nicholas Pritzker, who is part of the wealthy Pritzker family and is an investor in Tesla, is a direct relative of Penny Pritzker, one of Obama's biggest bundlers, according to the New York Times.
Twenty-seven bundlers managed to collect at least 500,000 dollars for a joint account run by Obama's 2012 campaign and the Democratic National Committee.
With more interest in using woody biomass as an energy resource, the John Deere 1490D slash bundler is gaining in popularity for extracting logging residues from harvest sites.
Company combines field-proven, best-in-class technologies including Optel vision systems, Omega shrink bundlers, Belcor case erectors and case tapers and NJM/CLI labelers such as the Model 130 Bronco pressure sensitive labeler and Model 400 print & apply labeler.
Companies cannot give directly, so they leave it to bundlers to solicit maximum contributions from employees and families.
Besides the fundraising of so-called bundlers (fundraisers who assemble large donors to contribute), the campaign has used the Internet to great effect.
Mr Obama's green light to his money bundlers came two days before he and Mrs Clinton were scheduled to meet in Washington with some of her top fund-raisers in a show of unity after their bruising contest for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Perhaps it would benefit everyone if there were more Big Wilts and Benton Bundlers.
Any reporting now is voluntary and sketchy; the Clinton campaign, like others, does not make clear which bundlers have raised $100,000 and which brought in $850,000.
Now that Time has reported that Duke Cunningham wore a wire during his final weeks on the Hill, we know that the feds show some consideration to members who record their colleagues' deepest meditations on how to get a Redskins skybox when their bundlers are in town.
Omega makes a range of container handling and packaging equipment, including the Classic series of shrink bundlers, which take small containers, like bottles of shampoo or vials of pills, and wrap them into bundles held together by film packaging material.
One of the company's flagship products is the Classic Series of shrink bundlers.
But in the wake of the 2002 McCain-Feingold law--which outlawed unlimited "soft money" contributions--the campaign now is going far beyond that, turning bundlers into a sophisticated, corporate-style sales force that serves as the backbone of the Bush money machine.
In addition, NEC-Mitsubishi has partnered with many well-known medical equipment vendors and system bundlers including Richardson Electronics.