Sundry

Sun"dry

(?), a. [OE. sundry, sondry, AS. syndrig, fr. sundor asunder. See Sunder, v. t.] 1. Several; divers; more than one or two; various. "Sundry wines." Chaucer. "Sundry weighty reasons." Shak.
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With many a sound of sundry melody.
Chaucer.
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Sundry foes the rural realm surround.
Dryden.
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2. Separate; diverse. [Obs.]
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Every church almost had the Bible of a sundry translation.
Coleridge.
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All and sundry, all collectively, and each separately.
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