Definition of Bunchily
1. bunchy [adv] - See also: bunchy
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Literary usage of Bunchily
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. With the Flowers and Trees in California by Charles Francis Saunders (1914)
"... and the trees themselves grew bunchily and untidily; but a short distance away were a half- dozen trees that for neatness and smartness of appearance I ..."
2. Set and Spring Your Own Net Or Traps: Results of Combinations of Experiences by John Tyler Hicks (1904)
"... in intelligently, safely, wisely and honorably closing a few breaks in the warp my destiny had woven somewhat bunchily with threads spun by other men. ..."