sundry

Part of speech: adjective

Various; several.

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Usage examples "sundry":

  1. Only in London and a few counties did sundry advocates of parliamentary reform strive in the years after 1763 to emphasize these views by organizing the freemen to petition and to " instruct" their representatives in the Commons. - "The Wars Between England and America", T. C. Smith.
  2. When there, the man of the world separated himself from his young friend, of whose enthusiasm he had perhaps had enough, and was soon engaged in conversation with sundry other men of his own standing. - "The Claverings", Anthony Trollope.
  3. With gasps and sundry emphasizing shrieks she told what had befallen her on the way to the Rally. - "Blue Robin, the Girl Pioneer", Rena I. Halsey.