noun, plural mis·cel·la·nies.
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Dr. Rajendralal Mitra used to edit an illustrated monthly miscellany.My Reminiscences
Instead there were two other choices, a lot 313 and a miscellany steak.Mezzerow Loves Company
Floyd L. Wallace
The other type of publications, alluded to, is the miscellany.Translations of German Poetry in American Magazines 1741-1810
Edward Ziegler Davis
Richardson had printed the Miscellany between 1733 and 1736.Samuel Richardson's Introduction to Pamela
The Miscellany Observations, appear to have been written after the trials.Salem Witchcraft and Cotton Mather
Charles W. Upham
noun plural -nies
Word Origin for miscellany
"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).