from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Various; miscellaneous.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Separate; distinct; diverse.
- Individual; one for each.
- Several; divers; more than one or two; various.
- To dry, or be dried, by the natural heat of the sun, without artificial heat.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Several; divers; more than one or two; various.
- adjective obsolete Separate; diverse.
- adjective all collectively, and each separately.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective obsolete
Separate; distinct; diverse.
- adjective obsolete
Individual; one for each.
Several; divers; more than one or two; various.
- adjective Consisting of a haphazard
assortmentof differentkinds; miscellaneous.
- noun usually plural A minor miscellaneous item.
- noun in the plural, accounting A category for irregular or
miscellaneousitems not otherwise classified.
- noun usually plural, cricket An
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- adjective consisting of a haphazard assortment of different kinds
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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The underlying kinds of stuff are the * firststuffs*, which link together in sundry ways to give rise to the rest.
Another consisted of cloth of yellow satin, "garnisshed in sundry places withe small pearles and fringed withe Silke."
In my case, for 24 days, it equaled a $600 dollar savings, which bought some great meals, and other in sundry items well appreciated.
There is a strong possibility that any international force would be led by them, having been so spectacularly successful and humanitarian in sundry African countries.
Now when Marzawan heard the name of Kamar al-Zaman, he knew that this was he whom he had heard spoken of in sundry cities and of whom he came in search, but he feigned ignorance and asked the Wazir, And who is Kamar al-Zaman?
Dickens frequently followed the same method, and in sundry impressive passages his sentences scan faultlessly.
Mrs. Evelyn looked, with a partial smile, at the pretty features which the business of eating the strawberries displayed in sundry novel and picturesque points of view, and asked what she meant?
But for Indonesians to be truly free, they have to also be freed from the yoke of colonial and foreign agents in their Chinese communities, many of the 11 million or so who have aided and abbetted all and sundry from the Japanese in world war 2 to the Dutch and the Americans and yes Singapore in their exploitation of 200 million people they collectively see as inferior and subservient in advancement of their own causes and interests.
129 A mere exaggeration of the “Gull-fairs” noted by travellers in sundry islands as Ascension and the rock off Brazilian Santos.
It’s got nothing to do with them cutting back the Probation Service, failing to build prison space or leaning on the Judiciary to let all in sundry out because there’s no where to put them!