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sundry

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adjective sun·dry \ˈsən-drē\

Origin and Etymology of sundry

Middle English, different for each, from Old English syndrig, from sundor apart — more at sunder


First Known Use: 13th century


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sundry

pronoun, plural in construction sun·dry

Definition of sundry

  1. :  an indeterminate number recommended for reading by all and sundry — Edward Huberman

15th Century

First Known Use of sundry

15th century



SUNDRY Defined for English Language Learners

sundry

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Definition of sundry for English Language Learners

  • : made up of different things


SUNDRY Defined for Kids

sundry

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adjective sun·dry \ˈsən-drē\

Definition of sundry for Students

  1. :  more than one or two :  various We disagreed for sundry reasons.


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