Sundry – Various items but not important
Sundry means a number of items with no great value which are too numerous to mention individually.
The word is often used in the phrase "all and sundry", meaning "everybody" or "one and all".
Sun dry (sundry) various kinds of foods if it's not important to eat them fresh.
Examples of sundry in a sentence
Letters, bills, postcards and all sorts of sundry items of promotional material arrived through the letterbox.
You should try to weave together facts, anecdotes and assorted sundry information to create a masterpiece.
Crisps, cheese, crackers, olives and other sundry delicacies were on offer.