Definition of oddment in English:
An item or piece of something, typically one 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.
scraps, remnants, odds and ends, bits, pieces, bits and pieces, bits and bobs, leftovers, fragments, snippets, offcuts, ends, shreds, slivers, stubs, tail ends
British informal fag ends
odds and ends, bits and pieces, bits and bobs, stuff, paraphernalia, things, miscellanea, bric-a-brac, sundries, knick-knacks, souvenirs, keepsakes, mementoes, lumber, flotsam and jetsam
archaic rummage, truck
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