1. n. an act of serial copulation, with one female and a group of males.
Sam always dreamed about being involved in a bunch-punch.
2. n. an act of group rape of a woman.
There was a bunch-punch in this neighborhood last night, and the night before, and the night before that. Where are the police?

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