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oddment

noun odd·ment \ˈäd-mənt\

Definition of ODDMENT

1
a :  something left over :  remnant
b plural :  odds and ends
2
:  something odd :  oddity

Examples of ODDMENT

  1. <the fabric store sells oddments left over from cutting>
  2. <one of those medical oddments that has perplexed and intrigued generations of medical historians>

First Known Use of ODDMENT

1796

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