Definition of Allsorts

1. assorted small candies [n]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Allsorts

alloyed
alloying
alloying element
alloying elements
alloys
allozyme
allozymes
allperfect
allright
allrighty
allrounder
allrounders
alls
allseed
allseeds
allsorts (current term)
allspice
allspice oil
allspice tree
allspices
allthough
alluaivite
alluaudite
allude
alluded
alludes
alluding
allulose
allumette
alluminor

Literary usage of Allsorts

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1. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1867)
"... to allsorts of arguing. Let the public at large, in that case, and all who have not thoroughly studied that science, consider it as some ..."

2. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1839)
"... I approve of, as best for you. That is a place of great trade ; and all the neighboring colonies are chiefly supplied from thence. allsorts of calicoes ..."

3. The Christian Baptist by Alexander Campbell (1828)
"allsorts of ancient writers, sacred and profane, viewed the deluge as a purgation, or washing, or immersion of the earth. Phito the Jew, and Plato the Greek ..."

4. The history of the Church of Christ by Joseph Milner, Isaac Milner (1847)
"... in a lower sense, DESERVE grace, and purchase the application of it to themselves, f Thus, a religion prevailed, which accommodated allsorts of sinners. ..."

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