bunch[ buhnch ]SEE DEFINITION OF bunch
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUNCH
Well, the boy runs his eye over the bunch, and then picks the pinto right off.
Her mother took the bunch of flowers out of her hand and looked at it.
I told him that I was with the bunch first and last and all the time.
One of them called his own horse and it broke out of the bunch and ran toward him.
Each of the guests had now taken his bunch of grapes upon his plate.
"I never c'd run 'em in alone, not with Whizzer in the bunch," objected Slim.
"There's a bunch going into this deal, together, Rose," Bert Mall explained.
He soon saw that the great Bull, 'the boss of the bunch,' was covered with blood.
She's headed for camp, and all the rest of the bunch at her heels.
It was a bunch of grapes gilded and set below three small barrels.