Sundry / Sundries items are miscellaneous small items or works that do not readily fit into standard categories and so are classified as being under sundries. Some of the most common items that are classified as sundries include Home improvement items (e.g. mirrors, doorbells), Fixing and finishing materials, adhesives, Consumables (e.g. abrasives, masking tape, sandpaper), Ironmongery items (e.g. hinges, locks, handles), Industrial items (e.g. pallet racking systems), Brick, block and stone works (e.g. wall ties, weep vents, expansion joints, airbricks, cavity trays, restraint straps, herringbone struts, access panels).
Words for sundries, like: oddment, etcetera, houseware, kitchenware, accessories, odds and ends and thing. Various different small things that are considered together, usually because they are not important enough to be considered separately: There's an item on the hotel bill for sundries.
Sundry is a term used in business to refer to any grouping of miscellaneous items that can not be fit into other categories.
Articles too small or numerous to be specified; miscellaneous items. Sundries are miscellaneous objects too small or unimportant to mention individually. An example of sundries is a drawer full of hair bows, combs and pins.