Made up of a variety of parts or ingredients.(adjective)
Having a variety of characteristics, abilities, or appearances.(adjective)
Concerned with diverse subjects or aspects.(adjective)
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Use "miscellaneous" in a sentence
"Captain Winstanley had set his face against what he called miscellaneous charity."
"The word "miscellaneous" comes from the Latin verb miscere, meaning "to mix", and if you mix up the letters of "miscellaneous" you get"
"The remainder of the evening was spent by Stephen in miscellaneous cross-examination of Mrs Bunch and in efforts to extract a tune from the hurdy-gurdy."