oddments

[ UK /ˈɒdmənts/ ]
NOUN
  1. a motley assortment of things
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  • His spirit lives on in our enduringly crazy world as Gerken and colleagues deck out the Castlefield with art oddments and oddities. This week's new exhibitions
  • Unusual challenges can arise turning oddments into hotel rooms. Sleeping in a Silver Mine Ain't the Ritz, but That's the Point
  • He smiled and went to fetch oddments for other patrons.
  • The familiar, pyramid shaped box which Nico treasured, now resides in its new home of oddments that were once his sanctuary. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » CarsonArtist’s Review Forum
  • The clothes and oddments he hadn't needed in Dinan were still where he had left them. DOUBLE DECEIT
  • But in the case of Joan the recollection of these twin "oddments" might have saved her disappointment. All Roads Lead to Calvary
  • She filled a pillowcase with oddments that she fancied might be useful on the road. DISPLACED PERSON
  • You can make a patchwork quilt from oddments of silk and cotton.
  • Kat'd brought along some of the jerky, oddments from the previous day's meals, and bottles of water for lunch.
  • There are map and bottle holders, pockets on the backs of the front seats, a sunglasses holder and oddments boxes in the centre console.
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