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1. That child is a bundle of mischief!
2. We collected a bundle of old clothes to be given to poor people.
3. He noticed what looked like a bundle of rags beside the road.
4. I saw the man dragging a bundle of firewood after him.
5. He's not exactly a bundle of laughs, is he?
6. He wasn't exactly a bundle of laughs last night.
7. Being a teenager isn't a bundle of laughs.
8. Tom was a bundle of nerves at the interview.
9. I remember Mickey as a bundle of fun, great to have around.
10. By the time of the interview, I was a bundle of nerves.
11. Life at high school wasn't a bundle of laughs, either.
12. Sorry for shouting - I'm a bundle of nerves these days.
13. The poor chap was a bundle of nerves at the interview.
14. The postman put a bundle of letters through the letter box.
15. I remember you were a bundle of nerves on your wedding day.
16. The profession offers a bundle of benefits, not least of which is extensive training.
17. His eyes were drawn to a bundle of papers in the corner.
18. She was a bundle of nerves.
19. Rosie was very insecure and a bundle of nerves.
20. Since she lost her job Rosie's been a bundle of nerves.
21. They were making a bundle of money these days, one way or another.
22. It was in her hand, a bundle of tissue paper held together with Scotch tape, neatly.
23. Again, a bundle of drinking straws glued together provides a realistic model.
24. In the far comer was a bundle of wet straw which he assumed was the bed.
25. Antoinette dropped a bundle of notes on the table for Rose.
26. A bundle of old clothes - what would gulls want with that?
27. You get young people who appear to be socially confident, but inside they are a bundle of neuroses.
28. A guest requests that you accept a jewel box and a bundle of notes for safe-keeping.
29. A man in a blue poplin raincoat was standing outside the Delicatessen waving a bundle of show-biz newspapers.
30. One was a small boy of about ten[sentencedict.com], carrying a bundle of newspapers.
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