The couturier famously traveled the world on scouting trips, looking to draw design inspiration from sundry cultures.
Sure, Americans want to sell nuclear goodies and sundry to India and to gain Delhi's backing against China.
To do it, the FBI enlisted the help of sundry characters, none worse than Whitey, the leader of the mostly Irish Winter Hill gang.
Again and again we were told by sundry Middle East experts that the wise mullahs had every interest in maintaining a stable Iraq.
Her goal is not just the acquisition of knowledge on sundry subjects.
He was content to take his risk of the English general's possible inability for sundry obvious reasons, to come to his support.
All around him he saw the prone bodies of his men, naked to the view of all and sundry.
We saw several parcels of Ducks in sundry places, all of which no doubt had young near.
It is the custom of the Asiatics, you know, to invite all and sundry to a wedding.
On her departure she was visited by sundry inhabitants of Metz, who gave her jewels, recognising her to be the Maid of France.
Old English syndrig "separate, apart, special," related to sundor "separately" (see sunder). Phrase all and sundry first recorded 1389; sundries "odds and ends" is first found 1755.