jumble sale

NOUN
  1. a sale of donated articles
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How To Use jumble sale In A Sentence

  • Chipped china, broken furniture and left over jumble sale items are also consigned to the rubbish tip.
  • France grew up on a farm much like the one she describes, and paints a picture of bucolic pastures concealing a stagnant community of unresolved resentments where the same pieces of bric-a-brac circulate the jumble sales and the postmistress runs a secret information network to rival that of any South American dictator. Hill Farm by Miranda France – review
  • JOE of London - the jumble sale pottery is worth a lot. The Sun
  • There was no money to spare, so jumble sales were a great help. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There
  • What infuriates me most and makes me wish for a second TV at my place is the choice of ‘celebrities’ to take part in this jumble sale of food.
  • She steered clear of charity shops - there was rarely anything that she could afford - but found church jumble sales a good source of cheap clothes. Times, Sunday Times
  • Charity shops and jumble sales welcome usable clothes.
  • Charity shops and jumble sales welcome usable clothes.
  • Jumble sales, vicars, spinsters, and other excellent women who prepare indexes and collect jumble for distressed gentlewomen. My new secret boyfriend
  • Charity shops and jumble sales welcome usable clothes.
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