sundry

Sunder vs Sundry - What's the difference?

sunder | sundry |


As a preposition sunder

is without.

As an adjective sundry is

(obsolete) separate; distinct; diverse.

As a noun sundry is

(usually|in the plural) a minor miscellaneous item.

Debris vs Sundry - What's the difference?

debris | sundry |


As nouns the difference between debris and sundry

is that debris is while sundry is (usually|in the plural) a minor miscellaneous item.

As an adjective sundry is

(obsolete) separate; distinct; diverse.

Sundry vs Consumable - What's the difference?

sundry | consumable |


As adjectives the difference between sundry and consumable

is that sundry is (obsolete) separate; distinct; diverse while consumable is that is consumed or depleted upon use.

As nouns the difference between sundry and consumable

is that sundry is (usually|in the plural) a minor miscellaneous item while consumable is a material or product that is produced for consumption.

Others vs Sundry - What's the difference?

others | sundry |


As nouns the difference between others and sundry

is that others is while sundry is (usually|in the plural) a minor miscellaneous item.

As an adjective sundry is

(obsolete) separate; distinct; diverse.

Sunday vs Sundry - What's the difference?

sunday | sundry |


As nouns the difference between sunday and sundry

is that sunday is the seventh day of the week in systems using the standard, or the first day of the week in many religious traditions the sabbath for most christians; it follows saturday and precedes monday while sundry is (usually|in the plural) a minor miscellaneous item.

As an adverb sunday

is on sunday.

As an adjective sundry is

(obsolete) separate; distinct; diverse.

Frequent vs Sundry - What's the difference?

frequent | sundry | Related terms |

Frequent is a related term of sundry.


As adjectives the difference between frequent and sundry

is that frequent is frequent; often while sundry is (obsolete) separate; distinct; diverse.

As a noun sundry is

(usually|in the plural) a minor miscellaneous item.

Sundry vs Commodity - What's the difference?

sundry | commodity |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between sundry and commodity

is that sundry is (obsolete) individual; one for each while commodity is (obsolete) self-interest; personal convenience or advantage.

As nouns the difference between sundry and commodity

is that sundry is (usually|in the plural) a minor miscellaneous item while commodity is (obsolete) convenience; usefulness, suitability.

As an adjective sundry

is (obsolete) separate; distinct; diverse.

Countless vs Sundry - What's the difference?

countless | sundry | Related terms |

Countless is a related term of sundry.


As adjectives the difference between countless and sundry

is that countless is too many to count; innumerable or incalculable while sundry is (obsolete) separate; distinct; diverse.

As a noun sundry is

(usually|in the plural) a minor miscellaneous item.

Sundry vs Occasional - What's the difference?

sundry | occasional | Related terms |

Sundry is a related term of occasional.


As adjectives the difference between sundry and occasional

is that sundry is (obsolete) separate; distinct; diverse while occasional is occurring or appearing irregularly from time to time.

As a noun sundry

is (usually|in the plural) a minor miscellaneous item.

Sundry vs Single - What's the difference?

sundry | single |


As nouns the difference between sundry and single

is that sundry is (usually|in the plural) a minor miscellaneous item while single is single (45rpm vinyl record).

As an adjective sundry

is (obsolete) separate; distinct; diverse.

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