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Bunchy   /bˈəntʃi/   Listen
Bunchy

adjective
1.
Occurring close together in bunches or clusters.






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"Bunchy" Quotes from Famous Books



... forbid it should be, unless a sort of artistic CHARLES LAMB could take the task in hand. Better far go again to New Bond Street and pass another happy hour or two with the ruddy rustics and 'cute cockneys, the Scotch elders and Anglican curates, the stodgy "Old Gents" and broad-backed, bunchy middle-class matrons, the paunchy port-swigging-buffers, and hungry but alert street-boys, the stertorous cabbies, and chatty 'bus-drivers, the "festive" diners-out and wary waiters, the Volunteers and vauriens, the Artists and ...
— Punch, Or The London Charivari, Vol. 100, March 21, 1891 • Various

... alone on a hired horse. She wore a rusty black skirt over her petticoats. It was gathered in by a drawing string at the waist, and made her look ludicrously bunchy. Her stirrup was too short; and she clung desperately with both hands to whip and reins and saddle, only venturing to guide her horse now and then-in a timid, half apologetic sort of way, as if she were afraid ...
— The Heavenly Twins • Madame Sarah Grand



Words linked to "Bunchy" :   concentrated, bunch



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