oddments oddments


  • (n) a motley assortment of things


  1. The wringer produced stunning oddments of knowledge, e.
  2. Old Frisian or Old French oddments, fubsy eloquences of Middle English and exotic intrusions from the Arabic.


  • Landscape Confidential: Porches through the years

    BURLINGTON -- A porch is where we welcome friends, greet strangers, gab with our neighbors, sip a cool drink on a hot day, and store oddments of domestic life. It is a place of transition between our inner and outer lives.
    on February 26, 2014     Source: Brattleboro Reformer


  • It gives voice to tiny thoughts, to what Scottish poet and scholar Alastair Reid, in a lovely poem, calls "Oddments Inklings Omens Moments".
    on Jul 18, 2008 By: Alastair Reid Source: The Australian

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