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bunchy

[buhn-chee] /ˈbʌn tʃi/
adjective, bunchier, bunchiest.
1.
having bunches.
2.
bulging or protuberant.
Origin
1350-1400
1350-1400; Middle English; see bunch, -y1
Related forms
bunchily, adverb
bunchiness, noun
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Examples for bunchy
  • It looks raw and it's got something bunchy and wet hanging down over its hindquarters.
  • Nodes or inflorescences are closer together than normal giving the plant a bunchy appearance.
British Dictionary definitions for bunchy

bunchy

/ˈbʌntʃɪ/
adjective bunchier, bunchiest
1.
composed of or resembling bunches
2.
bulging
Derived Forms
bunchiness, noun
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