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grab bag

noun as in assortment of miscellaneous items


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There’s also a grab bag of other small upgrades to the Apple Watch’s durability in the Series 7.

Instead, they have offered a grab bag of objections to the Democratic bill.

Now, we own them by the dozens—a grab bag of KN95s and bandanas, surgical masks, and floral-printed fabric coverings.

Like a lot of big federal spending bills, the new coronavirus relief package is a grab bag of unrelated legislation.

Figures from that grab-bag list also made their way into the requirements for United States history and government.

The usual grab bag of pundits invested in the political status quo was quick to dismiss the question.

As for the rest of the meeting last week, it was a grab-bag of potential culture-war battles, some big and some small.

“Larry King Presides Over Grab-Bag Third-Party Presidential Debate,” at The Daily Beast.

A grab-bag of fascinations, for open the pages where one will, each chapter has its racy anecdote and astonishing story.

"I have been constructing a grab-bag, and you shall have the first grab;" and Norah brought out a bag made of rainbow ribbons.

"If you need anything more in the way of cheer, I will bring forth the grab-bag," said Norah, as she handed Alex some tea.

"I don't know what I'll draw out of this grab bag next," and he plunged his arm in again.

Then you give the line a quick jerk, and pull in, hand over hand, and see what you have drawn from the grab-bag.

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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to grab bag, such as: grab barrel, grab box, mixed bag, ragbag, and tontine.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.