sundry things or items, especially small, miscellaneous items of little value.: Compare notion (def. 6).
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How to use sundries in a sentence
I had less than $300 worth of monthly disposable income to cover sundries like food and laundry.
And tablecloths and blankets and sheets and pillow-cases seemed to be very considerable sundries indeed.Gray youth | Oliver Onions
The total to my own bag was 674 brace of grouse, and 48½ brace of sundries.Twenty-Six Years Reminiscences of Scotch Grouse Moors | William Alexander Adams
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
There are a few sundries which should not be overlooked when collecting curious things reminiscent of home-life as it once was.Chats on Household Curios | Fred W. Burgess
“I am not going to dissipate my energies in sundries,” he then told one of his cronies.The Story of the Rome, Watertown, and Ogdensburg RailRoad | Edward Hungerford