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sundry
used in Ulysses by James Joyce

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various; or of various kinds
  • And Cissy told him too that billy winks was coming and that baby was to go deedaw and baby looked just too ducky, laughing up out of his gleeful eyes, and Cissy poked him like that out of fun in his wee fat tummy and baby, without as much as by your leave, sent up his compliments to all and sundry on to his brandnew dribbling bib.
    Episode 13 — Nausicca (46% in)

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