Noun(1) a confused multitude of things(2) small flat ring-shaped cake or cookie(3) a theory or argument made up of miscellaneous or incongruous ideas
Verb(1) be all mixed up or jumbled together(2) assemble without order or sense(3) bring into random order
(1) I met them in front of the tennis courts by the jumble of parked bicycles as we had decided only to find them all wearing grim faces and frowns.(2) the books were in a chaotic jumble(3) I started selling jumble from a table outside my house and have just kept going.(4) Fund-raiser Elizabeth Sykes said that while youngsters could collect jumble with their parents, other volunteer helpers now had to undergo a police check.(5) His desk is a chaotic jumble of books, journals, miscellaneous documents, and baby pictures of his three children.(6) Many of the shelves are already cleared and the rest are an untidy jumble .(7) They made tracks, piling up the jumble on either side.(8) Fate intervened in the form of a neighbour collecting jumble who just so happened to be a qualified knitter - and had a whole slew of like-minded friends.(9) When, with the assistance of Lottery money and a barrage of jumble and plant sales, the village reopened its reading room, the ceremony was performed by two very old ladies.(10) Even after we had become used to the fascinating jumble of treasures piled throughout the house our visits were marked by an anticipatory, nervous excitement.(11) St Sampsons Social Centre for Old People, in Church Street, was rented out on Mondays to local causes so they could hold table-top fundraising sales of jumble and bric-a-brac.(12) we are collecting jumble for charity(13) It does not, however, have to be a dizzying jumble of clutter.(14) Anyone wanting to donate jumble should take it to Wanborough Primary School, The Beanlands, on Friday between 5:30 pm and 8 pm.(15) The stony path wound up the hill past a cave shrine and spiralled between one last jumble of boulders.(16) Actually, come to think of it, the person responsible for this here jumble of junk should be punished, not rewarded.
(1) jumble sale :: ffair sborion
1. untidy heap ::
2. patchwork ::
4. smother ::
6. scramble ::
7. mingle ::
1. arrange ::
2. array ::
3. dispose ::
4. order ::
5. organize ::
6. range ::
7. regulate ::
8. tidy ::
Different Formsjumble, jumbled, jumbles, jumbling
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