clustery
adjective see cluster I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Clustery — Clus ter*y, a. [From {Cluster}, n.] Growing in, or full of, clusters; like clusters. Johnson. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • clustery — adj. clumpy, gathered into clusters, formed into groups …   English contemporary dictionary

  • clustery — clusˈtery adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑cluster …   Useful english dictionary

  • cluster — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English clyster; akin to Old English clott clot Date: before 12th century a number of similar things that occur together: as a. two or more consecutive consonants or vowels in a segment of speech b. a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cluster — clusteringly, adv. clustery, adj. /klus teuhr/, n. 1. a number of things of the same kind, growing or held together; a bunch: a cluster of grapes. 2. a group of things or persons close together: There was a cluster of tourists at the gate. 3. U.S …   Universalium

  • cluster — /ˈklʌstə / (say klustuh) noun 1. a number of things of the same kind, growing or held together; a bunch: a cluster of grapes. 2. a group of things or persons near together: a cluster of bombs. 3. Astronomy a group of stars which move together. 4 …   Australian English dictionary

  • cluster — [klus′tər] n. [ME < OE clyster, cluster; akin to north Ger dial. kluster, CLAW, CLOT] 1. a number of things of the same sort gathered together or growing together; bunch 2. a number of persons, animals, or things grouped together 3. Phonet. a… …   English World dictionary

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