bunched


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His enormous shoulders were bunched and rounded with huge muscles.
Above him was the throat of the balloon bunched and tied together, but with an open lumen through which,Bert could peer up into a vast, empty, quiet interior, and out of which descended two fine cords of unknown import, one white, one crimson, to pockets below the ring.
The woman lay beside me, and Summerlee was bunched in a chair by the window, his head nearly touching his knees.