Examples of miscellany in a Sentence
a miscellany of old toys
the box from the attic contained a miscellany of old records, family photo albums, and long-forgotten love letters
Recent Examples of miscellany from the Web
Instacart users can add goods to their cart from Costco without a membership, permitting a whole new group of buyers to access its vast miscellany of groceries and everyday essentials, said spokeswoman Andrea Toch.
Among other bits of cookie-tin cargo were two other massive diamonds cut from Cullinan, the Stewart sapphire that adorned Queen Victoria’s crown and other majestic miscellany.
This collection is a miscellany, but potent themes emerge.
Carts stacked with bamboo steamer baskets are appealing because of their mystery; carts bearing fried food and miscellany flaunt their golden wares more obviously.
In the 1960s, the auto industry was looking at these dummies as potential replacements for their miscellany of living and dead beings that tested cars.
Inside the boat: a pair of orange water skis, an empty fuel can, plywood and other miscellany.
So, on the occasion of the ballpark’s 25th-anniversary weekend honoring the first team to play at Oriole Park, here are his 25 most memorable characters, magic moments and miscellany from the past quarter century.
Use sponges and miscellany to create something strikingly inedible (Thursday).
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MISCELLANY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of miscellany for English Language Learners
: a mixture or collection of different things
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