Definition of oddment in English:

oddment

Syllabification: odd·ment
Pronunciation: /ˈädmənt
 
/

noun

(usually oddments)
A remnant or part of something, typically left over from a larger piece or set: a quilt made from oddments of silk
More example sentences
  • The turf is usually littered with oddments of paper.
  • The Taj Mahahl is made of treated pine, chicken wire, second hand corrugated iron and various off cuts and oddments of wood.
  • St. Conleth's Day Care Centre is looking for oddments or surplus wool and knitting needles.
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