to name a few

to name (but) a few

To provide only a few examples, though there are copious amounts from which to choose. What are the problems with house? Well, to name a few, the décor is ugly, it feels very drafty, and several of the appliances don't work. We have a huge range of exotic teas: assam, pu-erh, guayusa, yerba mate, to name but a few.
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to name (but) a few

giving only these as examples, even though more could be cited.
1996 Mail on Sunday A choice of sundried tomato bread, honey and walnut knots, dill and sesame knots, peppercorn rolls and croissants to name but a few.
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