pl n

a mixture, esp a mixture of liquorice sweets
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Examples from the Web for all-sorts

  • He found the bar-room crowded, but not with the usual Regatta Night throng of all-sorts.

    News from the Duchy|Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • We've got six or eight all-sorts, some awake and some asleep, but I suppose we shall have to let 'em go again.

  • Of course he had been sent to live at the "men's hut" amongst the all-sorts that at shearing season crowd that unsavoury abode.

  • "Quite a bundle of all-sorts on the opposite counter there," I said to the woman, as I paid her for the candles.

    The Queen of Hearts|Wilkie Collins