What is the past tense of bunch?

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The past tense of bunch is bunched.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of bunch is bunches.

The present participle of bunch is bunching.

The past participle of bunch is bunched.

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The three recent incidents cannot be bunched together to conclude that an irreversible rot has set in the police department.
To most of us, this is normal, because for most of our lives we have been bunched together with others of the same age.
In the early going, Echo Eddie was pinched back in to third as the five-horse field was tightly bunched together in a rush from the gate.
Refuse To Bend, who won the 2,000 Guineas last year, was bunched in on the outside of the rails and finished in third place.
There are more than 1,500 passengers going through the international departure where flights are normally bunched together.
Finally all the cases were bunched together before the Supreme Court and the Army agreed to review the dress.

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