jumble jumble  /ˈdʒəm bəl/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a confused multitude of things
  2. (n) small flat ring-shaped cake or cookie
  3. (n) a theory or argument made up of miscellaneous or incongruous ideas
  4. (v) be all mixed up or jumbled together
  5. (v) assemble without order or sense
  6. (v) bring into random order

Usage(s):

  1. The ghastly jumble of bodies piled upon bodies discovered in Jonestown, Guyana, in 1978 may have provided a stark lesson in how not to do it.
  2. Here's a clue: amid the jumble of voices filling the shop as the girls paw excitedly through the clothes, one word can be heard again and again: kawaii.

News

  1. Bonnaroo rocks and four other things to take home from a jam-packed music and arts festival

    MANCHESTER, Tenn. — Memories are a jumble walking out of the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. Days blend together, sound memories clash and surface. Hipster moustaches made from pink glow sticks haunt your dreams. And that smell. The horror.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

  2. 5 moments to remember from jam-packed Bonnaroo

    MANCHESTER, Tenn. (AP) — Memories are a jumble walking out of the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. Days blend together, sound memories clash and surface. Hipster moustaches made from pink glow sticks haunt your dreams. And that smell. The horror.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Associated Press via Yahoo! News

  3. All News

    Olympic Jumble was never headed winning his debut last month at Golden Gate Fields, and on Saturday he faces four other 2-year-olds in the $50,000 Lost in the Fog Stakes at the Albany, Calif, track.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Daily Racing Form

Quotes

  1. "We have an extreme sense of urgency to win and try to get that advantage in this jumble of four teams that are sitting at 6-6 and vying for these two wild-card playoffs spots," said Barber who needs 43 yards rushing for 10,000 in his career....
    on Dec 9, 2006 By: Tiki Barber Source: Miami Herald

  2. Tory leader David Cameron said: "If you are carrying a knife and you are caught, you should expect to go to prison. Plain, simple, clear." "Instead, what the government seems to have done is jumble together a series of ideas." "The...
    on Jul 14, 2008 By: David Cameron Source: WalesOnline

  3. It was there, Obama wrote in his second autobiography, that he first absorbed the "jumble of warring impulses" that make up US foreign policy, and received a street-level understanding of how foreigners react to "our tireless promotion of...
    on Oct 23, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source: Indian Express

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