Synonyms for Miscellany:

n.

bank, assembly, battery, bevy, bale, batch, arsenal, assemblage. autobiography, compendium, almanac, compilation, bestseller, bible, blook, anthology, collection, authority, atlas, annual, symposium, biography. collect, grab bag, Gallimaufry, conglomeration, patchwork, hodgepodge, Olio, jumble, mishmash. collection (noun)
anthology.
combination (noun)
Olio, mixture.
difference (noun)
variety.
medley (noun)
hodgepodge, jumble, collection.
miscellany (noun)
mixed bag, florilegium, motley, garland, assortment, salmagundi, mixture, miscellanea, potpourri, variety.
mixed bag (noun)
mixed bag.
varied collection (noun)
mishmash, salmagundi, mixture, anthology, potpourri, Gallimaufry, conglomeration, mixed bag, hodgepodge, Olio, compilation, patchwork, jumble, variety, assortment.
variety (noun)
assortment.

Other synonyms:

Gallimaufry, Olio, grab bag, conglomeration. hodgepodge, mishmash, patchwork, collection. Other relevant words:
battery, Gallimaufry, bale, mishmash, blook, bible, atlas, almanac, jumble, assemblage, anthology, grab bag, biography, annual, patchwork, collection, conglomeration, assortment, symposium, hodgepodge, batch, arsenal, Olio, compilation, autobiography, compendium, bestseller, assembly, bank, collect, authority, bevy.

Usage examples for miscellany

  1. In his edition of the New Testament were numerous large cuts, evidently of foreign workmanship, some of them signed with the initials 'E. B. ' Richard Jugge died in 1577. Another of Day's contemporaries, whose name is remembered by all students of English literature, was Richard Tottell, who lived at the Hand and Star in Fleet Street, and printed there the collection of poetry known as Tottell's Miscellany – A Short History of English Printing, 1476-1898 by Henry R. Plomer
  2. The development of this main theme is, as I have already suggested, distinctly Conradian in its method, and looking back from the ironical epilogue that closes " A Wanderer Plays on Muted Strings," one marvels at the art that could work such a compelling totality out of such a miscellany of unrelated fragments. – Wanderers by Knut Hamsun