Mis"cel*la*ny (?), n.; pl. Miscellanies (#). [L. miscellanea, neut. pl. of. miscellaneus: cf. F. miscellan'ee, pl. miscellan'ees. See Miscellaneous.]

A mass or mixture of various things; a medley; esp., a collection of compositions on various subjects.

'T is but a bundle or miscellany of sin; sins original, and sins actual. Hewyt.

Miscellany madam, a woman who dealt in various fineries; a milliner. [Obs.]

B. Jonson.


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Mis"cel*la*ny (?), a.

Miscellaneous; heterogeneous.




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