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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsundrysun‧dry /ˈsʌndri/ adjective [only before noun]  1 all and sundry2 VARIOUS/OF DIFFERENT KINDS formal not similar enough to form a group syn various He makes films about animals, plants and sundry other subjects.
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sundryBy removing the mystique immediately, you avoid the excruciatingly embarrassing guesswork by all and sundry.Duggie Brown is excruciatingly convincing as the sleazy, no-talent compere whose best reward is to grope all and sundry.Either keeping personal creditors accounts or making sundry creditors adjustments can consume inordinate amounts of administrative and accounting time.The only faces that greeted them belonged to sundry dead abbots glaring down from dusky oil paintings.In addition, the Secretary drove the tractor on sundry duties.They manufacture clothing and sundry other products made from hemp.The establishment of a national asylum had been strongly urged by sundry persons and medical societies since the late 1880s.Moreover many products are extremely expensive and attractive for sundry unauthorised uses.
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