cluster

Part of speech: verb

To grow or gather in a cluster or clusters.

Part of speech: noun

A group or bunch, as of grapes; an assembly; aggregation.

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Usage examples "cluster":

  1. Cluster with more berries but about the same size as in Rotundifolia. - "Manual of American Grape-Growing", U. P. Hedrick.
  2. Above Lady Markland's head was a cluster of delicate golden roses, tinged in their hearts with faint red, in all the wealth of their second bloom. - "A Country Gentleman and his Family", Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant.
  3. Though each of a series of sentences may be correct, they may, as a whole, say but little, and that very poorly; while another set of sentences, which cluster around some central idea, may set it forth most effectively. - "Composition-Rhetoric", Stratton D. Brooks.