[ suhn-dree ]
/ ˈsʌn dri /
various or diverse: sundry persons.
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Idioms for sundry
all and sundry, everybody, collectively and individually: Free samples were given to all and sundry.
Origin of sundry
OTHER WORDS FROM sundrysun·dri·ly, adverbsun·dri·ness, noun
Words nearby sundry
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British Dictionary definitions for all and sundry
/ (ˈsʌndrɪ) /
several or various; miscellaneous
all and sundry all the various people, individually and collectively
noun plural -dries
(plural) miscellaneous unspecified items
also called: extra Australian cricket a run not scored from the bat, such as a wide, no-ball, bye, or leg bye
Word Origin for sundry
Old English syndrig separate; related to Old High German suntarīg; see sunder, -y 1
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Idioms and Phrases with all and sundry (1 of 2)
all and sundry
One and all, as in The salesman gave samples to all and sundry. [Late 1400s]
Idioms and Phrases with all and sundry (2 of 2)
see all and sundry.
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