- v come together as in a cluster or flock
- v gather or cause to gather into a cluster
- s growing close together but not in dense mats
- s clustered together but not coherent
- Mats Sundin in Forbes
A bunch of teams are clustered up, and we were able to salvage a point,Sundin said. "We're staying positive."
- Robert Mueller in Washington Post
Homegrown violent extremists are not clustered in one geographic area, nor are they confined to any one type of setting -- they can appear in cities, smaller towns, and rural parts of the country,FBI Director Robert Mueller told a House of...
- Chris Hansen in PC World
Users can't save anything locally on the virtual machine. Everything is redirected to the home drive, which is on a clustered file server,Hansen said.