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Sentence count:246+15 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-13Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: balepackagepacketparcelSimilar words: a bundle ofswindleendlesshandlebarmoribundabundancemiddle groundbunchMeaning: ['bʌndl]  n. 1. a collection of things wrapped or boxed together 2. a package of several things tied together for carrying or storing 3. a large sum of money (especially as pay or profit). v. 1. make into a bundle 2. gather or cause to gather into a cluster 3. compress into a wad 4. sleep fully clothed in the same bed with one's betrothed. 
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1. Look for a needle in a bundle (or bottle) of hay. 
2. That child is a bundle of mischief!
3. She held her little bundle tightly in her arms.
4. College evening classes cost a bundle.
5. She tied the newspapers in a bundle.
6. We collected a bundle of old clothes to be given to poor people.
7. He noticed what looked like a bundle of rags beside the road.
8. Could you bundle these books off to my younger brother?
9. Could you bundle up these clothes? I'll take them to the post.
10. He tied his belongings up in a bundle and left.
11. My grandpa sent me a large bundle on my birthday.
12. I saw the man dragging a bundle of firewood after him.
13. Bundle up! It's freezing outside!
14. Her eyes suddenly alighted on the bundle of documents.
15. Could you bundle these clothes off to my sister?
16. Root this bundle of peonies in the garden.
17. He's not exactly a bundle of laughs, is he?
18. I have tied up the bundle.
19. That car must have cost a bundle.
20. He wasn't exactly a bundle of laughs last night.
21. The papers are in a bundle on my
22. Rather gingerly, George picked up the tiny bundle.
23. They made a bundle selling their business.
24. Being a teenager isn't a bundle of laughs.
25. She folded the clothes into a neat bundle.
26. Tom was a bundle of nerves at the interview.
27. I remember Mickey as a bundle of fun, great to have around.
28. Individually we are weak, like a single twig but as a bundle we form a mighty faggot.
29. Three days after the birth, Paul and Sandra took their precious bundle of joy home.
30. By the time of the interview, I was a bundle of nerves.
More similar words: a bundle ofswindleendlesshandlebarmoribundabundancemiddle groundbunchbunglebunglingfriendlyround and roundby and largeaddlemeddleneedlemiddlepeddlehurdlebefuddlebefuddledregardlesshuddle togethermiddle-classirregardlessregardless offundboundunderround
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