Noun(1) a collection of things wrapped or boxed together(2) a package of several things tied together for carrying or storing(3) a large sum of money (especially as pay or profit
Verb(1) make into a bundle(2) gather or cause to gather into a cluster(3) compress into a wad(4) sleep fully clothed in the same bed with one's betrothed
(1) The extra tests that subsequently result, such as more X rays and tissue biopsies, can not only cost a bundle but also impose their own risks.(2) Since she already has a collection of manicure necessities, it shouldn't cost a bundle .(3) He promised to put together a bundle of supplies and mail them, and I could send him a check when I received them.(4) the new printer cost a bundle(5) She shouldered a full waterskin, and a bundle of wrapped dried meat and flour.(6) Others see it as a boon for the Piggly Wiggly, a supermarket across the street from Augusta National, which could make a bundle of cash with protesters wandering aimlessly about its parking lot.(7) a bundle of 15 desktop utilities(8) Instead, Victoria received a bundle of letters bought at auction that Hepburn wrote to her father, the British banker Joseph Hepburn-Ruston, before he died.(9) Staying just outside the main centers of activity can save a bundle on the cost of accommodations and parking fees.(10) Overall, the Asus Extreme N6800 GT is an excellent card, with a decent accessory bundle .(11) By relying on mystique and word-of-mouth, whether here or overseas, the company saves a bundle on marketing costs.(12) As he walked away, I noticed a thick bundle of music under his arm.(13) If the wine were lousy, no producer could expect a high price for it just because his land cost a bundle !(14) Higher power binoculars are hard to hold steady, and good ones cost a bundle .(15) a thick bundle of envelopes(16) One easy thing for women to bundle is exercise, such as jogging, with meeting with a coworker from whom you want to learn something.