Sundry in a Sentence
Definition of Sundry
a group of unrelated things
Use Sundry in a sentence
Because I was unsure of the San Francisco weather, I packed a sundry of clothing items to wear.
The store at the summer camp facility will carry a number of sundry items just in case you forget something from home.
Although the police department was accused of a variety of sundry charges, there was not sufficient evidence to bring a case against any of the officers.
My grandmother decided to open a sundry store where people could buy an assortment of goods.
Because I store a variety of household things in my basement, I know consider that area to be my sundry room.
Not only is Samantha terribly afraid of roaches, but she is also afraid of a large sundry of insects.
The woman’s purse held a huge quantity of sundry bits and pieces.
When the business owner looked out his window, he saw a sundry lot of people holding picket signs outside of his building.
Helen was surprised at how popular the sundry menu was at her international restaurant.
Although I filled my suitcase with a sundry collection of clothing, I still wore the same pair of jeans every day of the trip.
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various, assorted, mixed, miscellaneous, diverse
identical, matching, same