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synonyms for miscellaneous

  • sundry
  • assorted
  • confused
  • conglomerate
  • different
  • disordered
  • disparate
  • divergent
  • divers
  • diverse
  • heterogeneous
  • indiscriminate
  • jumbled
  • many
  • mingled
  • mixed
  • motley
  • muddled
  • multifarious
  • multiform
  • odd
  • promiscuous
  • scattered
  • scrambled
  • unmatched
  • unsorted
  • varied
  • variegated
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antonyms for miscellaneous

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  • alone
  • lone
  • simple
  • single
  • singular
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How to use miscellaneous in a sentence

Freed from responsibilities, anxieties, hurts, and other miscellaneous burdens, if only transiently.
HOW I ESCAPED MY TROUBLES THROUGH SCIENCE - ISSUE 104: HARMONYSUBODH PATILAUGUST 25, 2021NAUTILUS
The house continues to attract artists, musicians and miscellaneous guests.
REVISITING ‘THE VISITORS’: AN ORAL HISTORY OF RAGNAR KJARTANSSON’S MULTIMEDIA MASTERPIECESEBASTIAN SMEE, GABRIEL FLORIT, JOANNE LEEJULY 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The app became popular among younger consumers who used it to pay each other for a litany of miscellaneous charges from splitting an Uber to sharing rent.
VENMO JUST MADE SOME BIG PRIVACY CHANGES—HERE’S WHAT TO KNOWCHARLOTTE HUJULY 21, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
The bulk would instead go to miscellaneous programs, such as scholarships and STEM education efforts.
HOW CONGRESS WRECKED ITS OWN SCIENCE BILL, EXPLAINED IN 600 WORDSGERMAN LOPEZJUNE 4, 2021VOX
Trays are helpful for corralling miscellaneous items on a coffee table or other surface.
SHOPPING WITH THE PROS: PALOMA CONTRERAS’S FAVORITE ITEMS FROM SERENA & LILYMARI-JANE WILLIAMSDECEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Another customer who overdraws an account with one costly purchase — a sofa — might be charged a fee for that item plus all the other miscellaneous purchases they made that day from a gas fill-up to a cup of coffee.
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK WRONGLY CHARGED 170,000 CUSTOMERS OVERDRAFT FEES. FEDERAL REGULATORS REFUSED TO PENALIZE IT.BY PATRICK RUCKER, THE CAPITOL FORUMDECEMBER 14, 2020PROPUBLICA
He had just finished a practice session, and there were miscellaneous bustling kitchen noises coming from off-screen.
AFTER GROWING UP POOR, A PREMIER LEAGUE STAR CORNERS U.K. INTO FEEDING ITS HUNGRYAMOS BARSHADNOVEMBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Well, Medtronic had paid the authors of its studies $210 million for “consulting, royalty, and other miscellaneous arrangements” over a 14-year period and steered the content written by its paid experts, according to the Senate Finance Committee.
MY CANCER MIGHT BE BACK—AND I WONDER IF UNNECESSARY RADIATION CAUSED IT IN THE FIRST PLACEJAKEMETHSEPTEMBER 22, 2020FORTUNE
Richard Brathwaite, an English poet and miscellaneous writer, died.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
Bonnell Thornton died; an English poet, essayist and miscellaneous writer, and translator of Plautus.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
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WORDS RELATED TO MISCELLANEOUS

  • different
  • diverse
  • diversified
  • heterogeneous
  • hybrid
  • indiscriminate
  • miscellaneous
  • mixed
  • motley
  • sundry
  • varied
  • variegated
  • amassed
  • assorted
  • blended
  • clustered
  • heterogeneous
  • indiscriminate
  • massed
  • miscellaneous
  • mixed
  • motley
  • multifarious
  • promiscuous
  • varied
  • variegated
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