Difference between miscellaneous and miscellanea

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7 months 2 weeks ago #2269 by Nihal5528
What is the difference between miscellaneous and miscellanea?

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7 months 2 weeks ago #2475 by Doladiti
"Miscellaneous" and "miscellanea" are similar words, but they have slightly different meanings. "Miscellaneous" refers to a collection of items that are of various types or of no particular order. For example, "a miscellaneous pile of books" could include novels, cookbooks, and textbooks. "Miscellanea," on the other hand, refers specifically to a collection of printed matter that is not related to each other. This could include a magazine that contains various articles on different topics. In general, "miscellaneous" is more commonly used than "miscellanea." When referring to a collection of

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7 months 2 weeks ago #2546 by vilen
Miscellanea is a related term of miscellaneous.

As an adjective miscellaneousis consisting of a variety of ingredients or parts.

As a noun miscellanea isa miscellaneous collection of different things; a miscellany.

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