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BUNCH, noun

1. A protuberance; a hunch; a knob or lump; as the bunch on a camel's back.

2. A cluster; a number of the same kind growing together; as a bunch of grapes.

3. A number of things tied together; as a bunch of keys; a bunch or rods.

4. A collection of things; a knot; as a bunch of hair; a bunch of trees.

BUNCH, verb intransitive To swell out in a protuberance; to be protuberant or round.

BUNCH, verb transitive To form or tie in a bunch or bunches.

BUNCH'-BACKED, adjective [bunch and back.] Having a bunch on the back; crooked.