Synonyms of bundle
1 bunchDictionary • He gathered the bundles of clothing into his arms.
bunch • We did a bunch of songs together.
group • The trouble involved a small group of football supporters.
collection • He has gathered a large collection of prints and paintings over the years.
mass • On his desk is a mass of books and papers.
pile • a pile of books
stack • There were stacks of books on the bedside table and floor.
bolt • bolts of black silk
heap • a heap of bricks
batch • the current batch of trainee priests
accumulation • accumulations of dirt
package • I tore open the package.
box • They sat on wooden boxes.
pack • a pack of cigarettes
packet • He wrote the number on the back of a cigarette packet.
parcel • They sent parcels of food and clothing.
carton • A large and heavy cardboard carton had been delivered to the house.
pushDictionary • They bundled him into a taxi.
push • They pushed him into the car.
thrust • She thrust her way into the crowd.
shove • He shoved her out of the way.
rush • The Act was rushed through after a legal loophole was discovered.
hurry • the President's attempt to hurry the process of independence
hasten • He hastened along the landing to her room.
jostle • We spent an hour jostling with the crowds as we did our shopping.
hustle • The guards hustled Harry out of the car.
PHRASAL VERBS:▷ bundle someone up
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accumulationAn accumulation of something is a large number of things which have been collected together or acquired over a period of time.
• accumulations of dirt
batchA batch of things or people is a group of things or people of the same kind, especially a group that is dealt with at the same time or is sent to a particular place at the same time.
• the current batch of trainee priests
boltA bolt of cloth is a long wide piece of it that is wound into a roll round a piece of cardboard.
• bolts of black silk
Thesaurus for bundle from the Collins English Thesaurus
a number of things or a quantity of material gathered or loosely bound together