Oddment – meaning of the word and examples

Something left over: Remnant. (Merriam – Webster)

Something odd: Oddity. (Merriam – Webster)

An odd article, bit, remnant, or the like. (Dictionary.com)

An article belonging to a broken or incomplete set. (Dictionary.com)

An item or piece of something, typically one left over from a larger piece or set. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Oddments are unimportant objects of any kind, usually ones that are old or left over from a larger group of things. (Collins Dictionary)

Small pieces, usually of cloth, that have been cut from larger pieces. (Cambridge Dictionary)


Remnant vs Oddment – What’s the difference?


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