Origin of sundry
British Dictionary definitions for all and sundry
noun plural -dries
Word Origin for sundry
Word Origin and History for all and sundry
Old English syndrig "separate, apart, special," related to sundor "separately" (see sunder). Phrase all and sundry first recorded 1389; sundries "odds and ends" is first found 1755.
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.