sundries

Part of speech: noun

Items or things not separately specified.

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Usage examples "sundries":

  1. In Montana it was no uncommon thing for a hunter to invest from $ 1, 000 to $ 2, 000 in his " outfit" of horses, wagons, weapons, ammunition, provisions, and sundries. - "The Extermination of the American Bison", William T. Hornaday.
  2. The babies are searched before they come to school, and all toys, bits of string, old tins, and sundries are removed from their persons. - "Lotus Buds", Amy Carmichael.
  3. Yes, precisely; sundries, answered Mr. Condor, which sometimes swell to quite an inordinate figure. - "Trumps", George William Curtis.