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[suhn-dreez] /ˈsʌn driz/
plural noun
sundry things or items, especially small, miscellaneous items of little value.
Compare notion (def 6).
Origin of sundries
1805-15; noun plural use of sundry Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Many transit companies envision fare tickets as coinage to buy newspapers and sundries.
  • Dental consumable products consist of dental sundries and small equipment used in dental offices for the treatment of patients.
  • It has several launch points for boaters, as well as docking facilities selling gas and sundries.
  • Amenities include a restaurant and both rental and retail shops for equipment and sundries.
  • It killed me not being able to stop and get something to eat or buy a few groceries and sundries for my room on the way in.
  • The property features an outdoor pool, fitness center and sundries shop.
  • Plus, all guests get direct access to a private, umbrella-laden stretch of beach and a gift shop selling sundries and souvenirs.
  • Facilities include a full-service business center and a sundries shop.
  • Directly across from the reception desk, a shop sells sundries, clothing and souvenirs.
  • The store offers a variety of sundries and snack foods, as well as company apparel.
Word Origin and History for sundries

1755, plural of sundry (adj.) used as a noun.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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