miscellaneous
ˌmɪsəˈleɪnɪəs/Submit
adjective
1.
(of items or people gathered or considered together) of various types or from different sources.
“he picked up the miscellaneous papers in his in tray”
synonyms: various, varied, different, assorted, mixed, diverse, disparate, sundry, many and different, variegated, diversified, motley, multifarious, jumbled, confused, indiscriminate, heterogeneous; More
(of a collection or group) composed of members or elements of different kinds.
“a miscellaneous collection of well-known ne’er-do-wells”
Origin

early 17th cent.: from Latin miscellaneus (from miscellus ‘mixed’, from miscere ‘to mix’) + -ous. In earlier use the word also described a person as ‘having various qualities’.
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