jumbled

[ US /ˈdʒəmbəɫd/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˈʌmbə‍ld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. in utter disorder
    a disorderly pile of clothes
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How To Use jumbled In A Sentence

  • Furniture and papers were all jumbled together in disarray.
  • This morning I was pawing through my jumbled collection of socks, looking for a match to an olive one I had already plucked from the drawer.
  • These words are jumbled up and don't make sense.
  • How can I find that letter when all your papers are jumbled up like this?
  • Max's even more dismal New York is cast in jumbled patterns of black, white and grey, until Mary sends Max a bright red pom-pom which he wears atop his yarmulke.
  • The dark cover designed by art director Carole Otypka has the letters of the magazine's title jumbled along the bottom of the page, instead of the top. The Seattle Times
  • When I opened my mouth, a jumbled mess would tumble out. Times, Sunday Times
  • My feelings were jumbled, which is not a good posture for a clinical psychologist during a crisis. Critical Conditions
  • This jumbled exercise by Bulareyaung Pagarlava amounts to a shapeless sampler of miscellaneous moods and shticks, from the cloyingly cute to the utterly arbitrary. A Cautionary Tale in Dance
  • And unlike the preceding White Album, the jumbled juxtaposition of forms - faux-blues toss-offs, stately piano ballads, folkie hootenannies - feels less like a band overflowing with inspired ideas than one running out of them.
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