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Language: Old English
Origin: syndrig 'different for each'

sundry

adjective
     
sun‧dry [only before noun]
1

all and sundry

everyone, not just a few carefully chosen people:
I don't want you telling our private business to all and sundry.
2 formal not similar enough to form a group [= various]:
He makes films about animals, plants and sundry other subjects.

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