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Then the horse bunched up under him.
His muscles were so bunched, they ached when he shook them free.
The guards on the fortress walls had bunched together to watch and draw poison- tipped arrows.
The rope around his wrists and ankles were too snug, his suit jacket was all bunched up under his armpits.
On the continent of Europe osiers or willows are bunched in sizes of one metre in girth at the butts and (except in Belgium) are also sold by weight.