Sundries are miscellaneous objects too small or unimportant to mention individually.
An example of sundries is a drawer full of hair bows, combs and pins.
Articles too small or numerous to be specified; miscellaneous items.
Origin of sundriesFrom sundry
- plural form of sundry
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- While most major cruise lines offer personal items in their sundries shops, you will likely be forced to pay double what the forgotten item is worth.
- These would not be good for valuables, but are great for sunglasses, maps, tissues and other such sundries.
- It was cleared by 508 sailing-vessels and 461 steamers, the latter with a total tonnage of 364,904 in 1904; the exports were of the value of £180,699 (principally wine, sulphur, oil, tartar and tartaric acid), and the imports £92,486 (coal, timber and sundries).
- They are, moreover, illustrated and described in the catalogues of most nurserymen and dealers in horticultural sundries.