miscellaneous

Part of speech: adverb

MISCELLANEOUSLY.

Part of speech: noun

MISCELLANEOUSNESS.

Part of speech: adjective

Consisting of several kinds; variously mixed.

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Usage examples "miscellaneous":

  1. An old resident in North Westmorland not long ago recalled very vividly the scenes to be witnessed, and confirmed the accuracy of the following description from Mr. Speight's volume: In the old pack- horse days it was a sight worth remembering to witness the procession of men and horses with miscellaneous goods, making their way out of the Yorkshire dales, to Kirkby Stephen and the north. - "Bygone Cumberland and Westmorland", Daniel Scott.
  2. After he left Christ's Hospital, he returned home, where he had access to the large miscellaneous library of Mr. Salt. - "Charles Lamb", Barry Cornwall.
  3. 1 50 Miscellaneous Novels. - "The Spiritualists and the Detectives", Allan Pinkerton.