The love poetry of Tottel's miscellany is polished and artificial, like the models which it followed.
The miscellany Observations, appear to have been written after the trials.
In the drawer above these snapshots there were Hugh's letters and a miscellany of trivial documents touching on his life.
Mr. Hartwig's miscellany being a favorite—what can I call it, sand-hill?
In the hall stood a tall bookcase, filled with law books, and volumes of miscellany.
The misfortune of the miscellany, I suppose, was that its publishers had no capital.
In other words, the book is a miscellany of emendations and critical comments rather than a bibliography.
The miscellany is intended to be an American companion to that publication.
Richardson had printed the miscellany between 1733 and 1736.
I have bespoken a miscellany: what would you have me do more?
"a mixture, medley," 1590s, from Latin miscellanea "a writing on miscellaneous subjects," originally "meat hash, hodge-podge" (food for gladiators), neuter plural of miscellaneus (see miscellaneous).