cluster

[ kluhs-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF cluster

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLUSTER

But see the church in the hollow, and the folk who cluster in the churchyard!

Curious legends often cluster round these relics of ancient times.

Did they not, at their own church, cluster together like bees, when they saw me enter it?

He pointed down to a cluster of Lascars with white turbans on their heads.

Its cluster of snowy flowers suggested a corner of a royal garden.

There is nothing more beautiful than a cluster of this fungi.

They, too, had already joined the cluster, and stood craning on the outskirts of it.

At its head a cluster of vehicles, horse-drawn as well as motor-driven, waited.

Cluster with more berries but about the same size as in Rotundifolia.

She had decorated the center of every panel with a cluster of home flowers.

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