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Bundle

A slang term for a large amount of money.

bundle

A package of shingles. Normally, there are three bundles per square and 27 shingles per bundle.Most roofing contractors charge by the square or by the bundle.

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"I have recovered the child, women," I said, as I undid the bundle.
He took a good look at us all, and then to my amazement he advanced to me and handed me a bundle of paper.
That's all there," he indicated my bundle of papers, "and a mighty queer yarn you'll find it.
We tied all his things into a bundle, and I weighted them with the only weight I could find and put them through the window.
"I liked the place where the bundles fell off and tumbled downstairs," said Meg.
Where are our bundles?" asked Amy, who was a very literal young lady.
"Excuse me," said the red-nosed man to the young fellow with the bundle, rather suddenly; "whom have I the honour to be talking to?"
"Five weeks since, I was just like yourself," continued Rogojin, addressing the prince, "with nothing but a bundle and the clothes I wore.
When the bundle was made up for, or on what occasion laid where I found it, I knew not, but when I came to open it I found there was a suit of childbed-linen in it, very good and almost new, the lace very fine; there was a silver porringer of a pint, a small silver mug and six spoons, with some other linen, a good smock, and three silk handkerchiefs, and in the mug, wrapped up in a paper, 18s.
'Take that bundle,' to go out again and seek for what might happen.
But upon my soul I drawed this here bundle out of a river!
I see you pitch your Bargeman's bundle into the river.