Origin of oddment
Examples from the Web for oddments
The upward course was an application of the principle that made the screen of tin cans and oddments remain about the Platform.Space Tug|Murray Leinster
So we put our oddments in our pillow-case, rolled up our bedrooms into a convenient bundle and trekked.
Farmer Appleby was taking two fine young horses to market, and some apples and other oddments to his sister Olive.In the Days of the Guild|Louise Lamprey
Then the books and oddments will come to you, and the money will go to David.Sonia Between two Worlds|Stephen McKenna
Sometimes dead leaves, pieces of rag and other oddments are woven into the fabric of the nest.Glimpses of Indian Birds|Douglas Dewar
1780, a hybrid with a Latin suffix on a Germanic word, from odd (q.v.), on model of fragments. Related: Oddment.