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noun as in group of something

verb as in assemble, group

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Example Sentences

The young man weaves through clusters of bamboo and cuts a diagonal slash into a tree, positioning a hollow log at the end.

There were families, church groups, and college kids, all marching in clusters.

Fourteen years on, the wooden stairs and ceiling are still charred, and the walls are studded with clusters of bullet holes.

They all broke off into clusters, working with a seamless, almost organic precision.

Clusters, filaments, and voids make up the large-scale structure of the Universe, foster-child of gravity and slow time.

The flowers grow in clusters from the extremities of the stalk; they are yellow externally and of a delicate red within.

The dining tables had all been removed to one end of the hall, and the chairs ranged about in rows and in clusters.

They lie either singly or superimposed to form more or less irregular clusters (Fig. 36).

I have looked at these jewelled sun-clusters many a time, and wondered over them.

Staphylococci are commonly grouped in clusters, often compared to bunches of grapes (Fig. 113).


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clusters, such as: chunk, batch, collection, band, bundle, and knot.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.