/ˈsʌndriz / (say 'sundreez)

plural noun
sundry things or items.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • sundries — sun‧dries [ˈsʌndriz] noun [plural] ACCOUNTING various small objects, especially ones that are not important enough to be named separately: • The Post Office also sold stationery and sundries. • His weekly expenditure included £28.23 for food, £21 …   Financial and business terms

  • Sundries — Sun dries, n. pl. Many different or small things; sundry things. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sundries — 1755, pl. of SUNDRY (Cf. sundry) (adj.) used as a noun …   Etymology dictionary

  • sundries — [sun′drēz] pl.n. sundry, esp. minor, items …   English World dictionary

  • Sundries — The word sundries , the plural of sundry mdash; which generally connotes many, various, and diverse mdash; may refer to one of:* Toiletries and other usually small items both of no large value, and too numerous to mention separately such as… …   Wikipedia

  • sundries — [[t]sʌ̱ndriz[/t]] N PLURAL When someone is making a list of things, items that are not important enough to be listed separately are sometimes referred to together as sundries. [FORMAL] The inn gift shop stocks quality Indian crafts and sundries …   English dictionary

  • sundries — noun plural Etymology: 1sundry Date: 1755 miscellaneous small articles, details, or items …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • sundries — /sun dreez/, sundry things or items, esp. small, miscellaneous items of little value. Cf. notion (def. 6). [1805 15; n. pl. use of SUNDRY] * * * …   Universalium

  • sundries — noun extras …   Wiktionary

  • sundries — Synonyms and related words: assortment, bric a brac, collectanea, conglomerate, conglomeration, cosmetics, frippery, giftware, hodgepodge, knickknacks, medley, miscellanea, miscellany, mixture, notions, novelties, oddments, odds and ends, omnium… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • sundries — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Articles too small or numerous to be specified: etcetera (used in plural), oddment (used in plural), odds and ends. See THING. „ …   English dictionary for students

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