Words nearby sundry
Idioms for sundry
Origin of sundry
OTHER WORDS FROM sundrysun·dri·ly, adverbsun·dri·ness, noun
Definition for sundry (2 of 2)
Origin of sundries
Examples from the Web for sundry
Again and again we were told by sundry Middle East experts that the wise mullahs had every interest in maintaining a stable Iraq.Iraq Is Not Our War Anymore. Let It Be Iran’s Problem.|Christopher Dickey|July 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Her goal is not just the acquisition of knowledge on sundry subjects.Barbara Ehrenreich Gives God a Going Over in Her New Book|Nick Romeo|April 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For the past four decades and more, since he shot to fame in Easy Rider, he has been known to all and sundry simply as “Jack”.Jack Nicholson Deserves a Better Biography Than This|Christopher Bray|October 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They need to read tea-leaves, divine the intentions of all and sundry, and work their publics into a froth based on those efforts.
The couturier famously traveled the world on scouting trips, looking to draw design inspiration from sundry cultures.
At that period the father of the present owner was still living, and for sundry reasons had the greatest confidence in me.The Freebooters|Gustave Aimard
Our day's sport, besides the monkey, was confined to sundry small green parrots and a few toucans.A Naturalist's Voyage Round the World|Charles Darwin
Its approach is made known by sundry sudden changes and tremblings, and always by a nodding of the head.
He had been trotting gently down one of the side streets, his wagon laden with full milk cans and with sundry bundles.Ethel Morton at Chautauqua|Mabell S. C. Smith
He did not recall every particular of the story, but sundry items of it were quite distinct.True and Other Stories|George Parsons Lathrop
British Dictionary definitions for sundry
noun plural -dries
Word Origin for sundry
Idioms and Phrases with sundry
see all and sundry.