oddment


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Synonyms for oddment

articles too small or numerous to be specified

Synonyms for oddment

a piece of cloth that is left over after the rest has been used or sold

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Access, room and oddments space are all excellent and drivers will appreciate its dynamic qualities, particularly the new steering, made by TRW at Resolven.
Interior space for oddments and occupants - you feellike the car has been moulded around you - while the boot is tiny.
The Clangers them-selves were apparently knitted by Mr Firmin's wife and had internal skeletons constructed out of bits of Meccano and other oddments.
Oddments provision is reasonable and those in the front have plenty of room.
Oddments space is plentiful and the boot is also a reasonable size, quickly increasing when the back seats are folded.
Oddments room was fairly good though not exceptional.
Oddments room is good and access very easy as well.
Oddments space is only of places to stow bits and pieces are on the small side.
Room was very good, access easy, and the oddments and luggage provision was generous as well.
Heating and ventilation were very good, backed up by powered windows, and the room inside was very good for passengers, oddments and luggage.
But there is a bill for staging such a grandiose display of consumer art, running to 240 exhibits, and covering a full market range from Parisien chic to corner shop oddments.
Heating and ventilation was effective and the oddments space adequate.
Oddments room was plentiful throughout and the boot truly enormous.
Oddments provision is modest and compartments on the small side while the boot is useful only for shopping.
Its sidewall now incorporates a lidded storage box, a storage net for oddments and a 12V socket, and beneath the floor is a "secret compartment" offering an additional 65 litres of space.