Miscellaneous

Mis·cel·la·ne·ous

/ˌmisəˈlānēəs/

Part of Speech: adjective
  1. (Of items or people gathered or considered together) of various types or from different sources. “He picked up the miscellaneous papers.”
    Synonyms:

    variousvarieddifferentassortedmixeddiversedisparatesundry, many and different, variegated, diversified, motleymultifarious, jumbled, confusedindiscriminateheterogeneous; literary diversrare farraginous – “a variety of miscellaneous tasks.”

    • (Of a collection or group) composed of members or elements of different kinds. “A miscellaneous collection of well-known ne’er-do-wells.”