Origin of sundries
Examples from the Web for sundries
He has a considerable wholesale trade in patent medicines and druggists' sundries.
You must be prepared to pay at least 150 (or to get someone to pay it for you) for sundries.
It consisted of some fifty animals laden with medicines, musk, and sundries.Three Years in Western China|Alexander Hosie
He calculated printing and sundries as costing four thousand, and that the remainder would be net profit.The Life of Sir Richard Burton|Thomas Wright
The sundries included ninety-seven snipe, the greatest number ever made in one season.Twenty-Six Years Reminiscences of Scotch Grouse Moors|William Alexander Adams
1755, plural of sundry (adj.) used as a noun.