bunchy bunchy  /ˈbən tʃi/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) occurring close together in bunches or clusters

Usage(s):

  1. The Duchess, like several good-looking girls on TV these days, made the mistake of rushing into the new bouffante hairdo, which the camera reproduces as a bunchy, badly made wig.
  2. He is now a bunchy, contented, wealthy man of 61 and only writes to live happily.
  3. The day of the deck sports he gave out prizes, exacting a kiss from the first, a bunchy little girl of ten.

News

  • Heather McComb Set To Recur On Showtime’s ‘Ray Donovan’; Mia Vallet Joins NBC’s ‘Believe’

    Heather McComb has nabbed a recurring role in Season 2 of Showtime ’s Ray Donovan . She will play Patricia, a working-class mother who befriends Bunchy Donovan (Dash Mihok). She begins filming today. McComb’s recent TV credits include Shameless , Bones and Rizzoli & Isles , and she next stars in the feature Another Stateside . She is repped by Don Buchwald and Associates and Bohemia Group ...
    on March 19, 2014     Source: Deadline Hollywood

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