One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a bundle of clothes’
bunch, roll, clump, wad, parcel, packet, package, pack, sheaf, bale, bolt, truss, faggot, fascicle
pile, stack, heap, mass, quantity, armful, collection, accumulation, agglomeration, lot, batch
informal load, wodge
1‘she quickly bundled up her clothes’
tie, tie up, tie together, do up, pack, pack up, pack together, package, parcel, parcel up, packet, wrap, wrap up, roll, roll up, wind up, fold, fold up, furl, bind, bind up, fasten together, bale, truss, truss up
2‘the figure was bundled in furs’
wrap, envelop, clothe, cover, muffle, swathe, swaddle, bind, bandage, shroud, drape, wind, enfold, sheathe, enclose, encase
3‘he was bundled into a van’
hustle, jostle, manhandle, frogmarch, sweep, throw, hurry, rush
shove, push, thrust, propel, impel
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