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  • 181hodgepodge — noun a rambling hodgepodge of Chinese modern and art deco Syn: mixture, mix, mixed bag, assortment, random collection, conglomeration, jumble, ragbag, grab bag, miscellany, medley, salmagundi, potpourri, patchwork, pastiche; mélange, mishmash,… …

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  • 182mix — 1. verb 1) mix all the ingredients together Syn: blend, mix up, mingle, combine, put together, jumble; fuse, unite, unify, join, amalgamate, incorporate, meld, marry, coalesce, homogenize, intermingle …

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  • 183tangle — 1. verb 1) the wool got tangled Syn: entangle, snarl, catch, entwine, twist, ravel, knot, enmesh, coil, mat, jumble, muddle 2) he tangled with his old rival Syn …

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  • 184jumbly — Noun. 1. A jumble sale. 2. The unwanted goods and possessions which are sold at a jumble sale …

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  • 185clutter — v 1. litter, mess, tumble, jumble, scatter, strew about; disarrange, disorder, unsettle, discompose; disorganize, shuffle, dishevel, make a shambles of, Inf. turn topsy turvy, Inf. muss up. 2. clatter, rattle, racket; chatter, jabber, cackle,… …

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  • 186combine — v 1. mix, commix, admix, conglomerate, agglomerate; amalgamate, blend, homogenize; compound, alloy, Chem. levigate; commingle, mingle, intermingle, intermix, lump together; jumble, scramble, throw together; synthesize, consolidate, correlate,… …

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  • 187confusion — n 1. disarray, disorganization, disarrangement, derangement, confusedness; jumble, mess, Inf. stew, huddle.Scot. Inf. guddle, mix up, snafu,//?/ foul up, Sl. ballup, Brit. Si. balls up. 2. disorder, upheaval, turmoil, moil, tumult, Brit. Dial.… …

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  • 188disorder — n 1. disorderliness, disarray, displacement, dislocation, disarrangement, disorganization; dishevelment, untidiness, clutter, mess, heap, huddle; hash, hodge podge, mishmash, jumble, scramble, tangle; mix up, snafu, Inf. foul up, Sl. ball up,… …

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  • 189lumber — I n 1. timber, logs, boards, planks; wood, hardwood, softwood; siding, wallboard, clapboard; beam, post; lath, strip of wood. 2. jumble, heap, mass, agglomeration, bunch, mess, huddle; medley, hash, patchwork, olla podrida, olio, gallimaufry,… …

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  • 190mess — n 1. untidiness, slovenliness, slatternliness, dirtiness, filthiness, Sl. crumminess; disgustingness, offensiveness; rathole, dump, garbage pile or heap, pig pen, pigsty, Brit. piggery, Augean stables, snake pit, mare s nest. 2. disorder,… …

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  • 191mix — v 1. commix, admix, intermix, immix; combine, mingle, intermingle, commingle, put together, blend, Brit. Dial. mell, homogenize; compound, alloy, Chem. levigate, Chem. synthesize, adulterate; interweave, intertwine, interlard, intersperse,… …

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  • 192muss — n 1.Informal. disorder, disorderliness, disarray, disarrangement, disorganization; dishevelment, untidiness, clutter, mess, heap, huddle; hash, hodgepodge, mishmash, jumble, scramble, tangle; confusion, muddle, Inf. guddle, imbroglio;… …

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  • 193scramble — v 1. hurry, move quickly, hasten; rush, lose no time, make haste; race, scurry, spurt, whisk; press on, push on, bustle, scamper, scuttle; flee, hotfoot, hotfoot it, hightail, hightail it, Inf. skedaddle, beat a retreat; whip away, run like mad,… …

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  • 194tumble — v 1. fall down, fall end over end, pitch, pitch forward, precipitate oneself, fall headlong, go down, Inf. take a spill, Inf. take a flyer or a header or a pratfall; slip, stagger, totter, falter, lose one s footing, lose one s equilibrium, Inf.… …

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  • 195muddle — 1. verb 1) the papers have got muddled up Syn: confuse, mix up, jumble (up), disarrange, disorganize, disorder, mess up 2) it would only muddle you Syn: bewilder, confuse, bemuse …

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  • 196tangle — 1. verb the wool got tangled up Syn: entangle, snarl, catch, entwine, twist, knot, mat, jumble 2. noun 1) a tangle of branches Syn: snarl, mass, knot, mesh …

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  • 197clutter — [n] disarray, mess ataxia, chaos, confusion, derangement, disorder, hodgepodge, huddle, jumble, litter, medley, melange, muddle, rummage, scramble, shuffle, tumble, untidiness; concepts 432,674 Ant. neatness, order, tidiness clutter [v] cause… …

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  • 198disorder — [n1] chaos, clutter anarchy, ataxia, confusion, derangement, disarrangement, disarray, discombobulation, disorderliness, disorganization, huddle, irregularity, jumble, mess, muddle, rat’s nest*, shambles, snarl, topsyturviness*, untidiness;… …

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  • 199litter — [n1] mess, debris clutter, collateral, confusion, detritus, disarray, disorder, garbage, hash, hodgepodge, jumble, jungle, junk, mishmash, muck, muddle, offal, rash, refuse, rubbish, rummage, scattering, scramble, shuffle, trash, untidiness,… …

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  • 200mix — [v1] combine, join admix, adulterate, alloy, amalgamate, associate, blend, braid, coalesce, commingle, commix, compound, conjoin, cross, embody, fuse, hybridize, incorporate, infiltrate, infuse, instill, interbreed, intermingle, interweave,… …

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