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Articles too small or numerous to be specified; miscellaneous items.

[From sundry.]


(ˈsʌn driz)
small, miscellaneous items of little value.
[1805–15; pl. of sundry]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sundries - miscellaneous objects too numerous or too small to be specified
stuff - miscellaneous unspecified objects; "the trunk was full of stuff"
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one


Articles too small or numerous to be specified:
etcetera (used in plural), oddment (used in plural), odds and ends.


[ˈsʌndriz] nplarticles mpl divers
References in classic literature ?
They sat down to the meal; and broiled ham, eggs, tea, coffee and sundries, began to disappear with a rapidity which at once bore testimony to the excellence of the fare, and the appetites of its consumers.
Merit conducts its business under the brand names of Lancaster in the paint sundries industry and EJ Welch in the flooring products and supplies industry.
"Mark will bring practical on-farm experience on a wide range of agricultural sundries."
With spring just around the corner, now is the time to take a good, hard look at your paint and paint sundries department.
In the 2007 Economic Census, just as the Census Bureau obtained data from coatings manufacturers on the various inputs into their manufacturing (such as pigments), it similarly obtained more granular detail from retailers as to their own sales; in this case, quantified under a variety of product codes for paint and sundries. These reports reflect data submitted by retailers under their own NAICS designation (e.g., paint and wallpaper stores reported under NAICS 44412).
The program provides related sundries that can be purchased in customized quantities (only those needed) to improve inventory turns.
The European Commission said on December 14 it had granted regulatory clearance to a plan by Eridania Beghin-Say's Ducros unit and Hero France, part of the Schwartau group, to set up a joint venture in the bakers' and confectioners' sundries sector.
ARCHBISHOPS have launched a review after figures leaked to the Church of England newspaper show some Anglican bishops run up thousands of pounds a year on hospitality, travel and sundries.
NEW YORK--Sales of sundries, seasonal and promotional products kept pace last year with the 10.1% rise in volume for the entire chain drug merchandise mix.
That's precisely why Bill MacDonald, owner of Warrenville Hardware in Warren, N.J., kept today's busy customer in mind as he and his staff looked for creative ways to promote and merchandise their paint and sundries. Check them out below ...
Paint Sundries Solutions, Inc., has reached an agreement to acquire Los Angeles Art Glass Corporation (LAAGCO) of Los Angeles, CA.