Definition Of bundle

verb

a collection of things, or a quantity of material, tied or wrapped up together.

a thick bundle of envelopes

push or carry forcibly.

he was bundled into a van

sleep fully clothed with another person, particularly during courtship, as a former local custom in New England and Wales.

he would dance at country frolics and bundle with the Yankee lasses

tie or roll up (a number of things) together as though into a parcel.

she quickly bundled up her clothes

Example Of bundle

  • a bundle of 15 desktop utilities

  • A bundle of £1,000 in cash was handed to Cllr Larkin in Conway's pub around the corner from the council's office on some date after the vote.

  • a thick bundle of envelopes

  • After a couple of hours of hard work we sat in the shelter of the storage box on a bundle of wooden stakes to keep our bums from the cold wet ground, drinking lemonade and sharing a muesli bar, surveying our small slice of land.

  • After he'd drop off that last bundle , there he'd be with a big ole empty covered trailer and money in his wallet, a dangerous combination.


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