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.
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  • 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.
  • Here's a Christian name all jumbled up. Can you unjumble it and find the name?
  • The film broods over the Oxford monuments, twisting them into a disturbingly fraught pattern of jumbled editing, splitting and screeching noises and swirling, psychedelic visuals.
  • The closing minutes of the first semifinal heat saw a strong set, some jumbled take-offs and a few crowd-pleasing wipeouts.
  • She was wound up, jumbled inside like a spilled jigsaw puzzle.
  • Gail nodded and bit her lip again, turning her attention back to the game board and staring at the jumbled patterns of red and yellow marbles.
  • The Connemara ponies settled in and seemed surefooted in sharp, jumbled rocks, deep mud and steep angled inclines and declines.
  • Here are jumbled together manifestos from the Bauhaus, Surrealism, Dada, the Suprematists and the Futurists.
  • His words jumbled
  • My mind is a jumbled mess and I don't know what to do. Times, Sunday Times
  • How can I find that letter when all your papers are jumbled up like this?
  • These jumbled priorities should be no cause for surprise.
  • How can I find that letter when all your papers are jumbled up like this?
  • Anaxagoras, that the reason of the inequality ariseth from the commixture of things earthy and cold; and that fiery and caliginous matter is jumbled together, whereby the moon is said to be a star of a counterfeit aspect. Essays and Miscellanies
  • The works, while clear, are also ambiguous; a number look ramshackle, jerry-built, jumbled - even chaotic.
  • She jumbled her keys in the keyhole and waved a quick goodbye before running up the stairs.
  • Believe it or not, I often lay in bed at night hearing a jumbled mixture of different voices from a mishmash of past unpublished interviews.
  • HOLMES: It was German and English in there, but they were kind of jumbled, you couldn't make it out. CNN Transcript May 14, 2007
  • We have a jigsaw puzzle with the pieces jumbled up.
  • It turns out our credit histories had been linked and jumbled.
  • In a split second the opposite hand rapidly sweeps the length of the tool catching the ants in a jumbled mass between thumb and forefinger. Cultural Anthropology
  • She laid a hand on his arm, stilling the flood of jumbled thoughts and rambling words that poured from his mouth.
  • Fields curve around jumbled outcroppings, huge chunks of fragmented rock appearing in time to halt a tractor before it barely reaches working speed.
  • They were jumbled together with samples from other parts of China. The Runaway Brain: the Evolution of Human Uniqueness
  • Toys, books, shoes and clothes were jumbled on the floor.
  • The readings were jumbled up, with wrong amounts taken from my bank account. Times, Sunday Times
  • Jewelry, belts and scarves were jumbled in the bottom drawer.
  • Emma sat on her large waterbed, her thoughts jumbled.
  • I mumbled with some effort as a name floated out of my jumbled mind. Lost Brother
  • Already the grim images of the war have become jumbled in my mind.
  • I'll know that you and I and God and everything, ever, are all jumbled and jigsawed in ways none of us could imagine I'll Walk Through You
  • Plenty of incondite stuff accordingly there was; new, and in a strangely new dialect and tone; the audience intelligent, partly fashionable, was very good to me, and seemed, in spite of the jumbled state of things, to feel it entertaining, even interesting. Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle
  • As far as I'm concerned, dreams are just your mind filing away the things that passed through your mind and got jumbled up during the day.
  • The word Coptic, for instance, had now its proper significance in her mind, and the terms dynasty and century were no longer jumbled hopelessly together. There was a King in Egypt
  • But the sound has been turned down and the mix is so jumbled that it's impossible to derive anything from them.
  • When you run out of paper or the words you write are jumbled up, think of the hourglass passing sand from the top to the bottom.
  • A set of exquisitely carved ivory chessmen, a moa egg, stuffed birds, and bird skins, although jumbled in with rubbish, were all neatly catalogued.
  • About 10: 00 that third morning we sneaked into a jumbled tangle of woods and blowdowns that I was fairly certain hid a gobbler. Uncategorized Blog Posts
  • Is very jumbled, and is sure to hard-working, you repair a suitable eyebrow, remember that you brows the most appropriate location, using depilatory creams painted look, be careful.
  • The numbers are not in sequence, they are all jumbled up.
  • But all of it is jumbled together in a way that at the end the reader is left empty, if amused.
  • In sharp contrast to the autobiography, it tends to be prolix and muddled with excessive detail, and it often reads like a jumbled mix of fantastic stories.
  • Seeing as his friend was obviously unable to think with so much clamor round him, Everett led the way through the jumbled desks.
  • This is a solid in which the atoms are not regularly arrayed as they are in a crystal, but are more jumbled.
  • His thoughts were jumbled and confused, and they only became more disoriented as a horrible transformation began to take place.
  • Sitting at their rough-hewn wooden table, I watch through the window as their father collects cedar firewood from a jumbled pile near the box-car.
  • In the store the long shelves upon one side held dry-goods, while upon the opposite shelves a miscellany of groceries was displayed; toward the rear was the storekeeper's assortment of hardware near a counter piled high with sweaters, boots, chaparejos, all jumbled hopelessly. Man to Man
  • Whether galloping off with Sophie nestled into the soft skin of his ear to capture dreams as though they were exotic butterflies; speaking his delightful jumbled squib-fangled patois; or whizzpopping for the Queen he leaves an indelible impression of bigheartedness. Planet-x.com.au » AudioBooks Roald
  • The names appear jumbled but group together those who worked side by side or were simply friends. Times, Sunday Times
  • She gets some typed-up speech, one page, with the letters of each word jumbled up. Assignment
  • But, now, she was scrawling badly jumbled words in an old spiral notebook that she rarely ever used.
  • He jumbled up everything in the drawer to find his key.
  • Around her whirled a kaleidoscope of unfamiliar faces, a jumbled chorus of voices sounding in ten different languages.
  • In a split second the opposite hand rapidly sweeps the length of the tool catching the ants in a jumbled mass between thumb and forefinger. Cultural Anthropology
  • All the small zygodactyl or semizygodactyl forms, generally from Eocene deposits, are jumbled together in the family Zygodactylidae.
  • The episodes are jumbled up on the viewing order, so that won't help you at all.
  • ** Chapter Nineteen My feelings were jumbled, which is not a good posture for a clinical psychologist during a crisis. Critical Conditions
  • Then th 'young woman coom agean wi her armful o' what lukt to be flaars an feathers an ribbins all jumbled in a lump, but which proved to be what they called hats, an as shoo put furst one an then another on to Yorkshire Tales. Third Series Amusing sketches of Yorkshire Life in the Yorkshire Dialect
  • They came swarming downstream, transports filled with palace servants and slaves and all their accoutrements and paraphernalia, barges laden with oxen and goats and chickens for the kitchens, gilded and gaily painted vessels bearing cargoes of palace furniture and treasure, of nobles and lesser creatures, all uncomfortably jumbled together in a most unseamanlike fashion. River God
  • All of these numerous territories are full of confusion since each contain electorates, duchies, bishoprics, dominions of margraves, landgraves, princes and free cities - all jumbled together.
  • From blenders to eggbeaters, it's all here, somewhere, in this deliciously jumbled secondhand-cookware store.
  • You know you made a really interesting comment that sometimes all these numbers get kind of jumbled up. CNN Transcript Sep 16, 2009
  • They will call it artsy or pretentious and declare it as confusing and jumbled. Ken's Review: The Fall - Much More Than Eye Candy « FirstShowing.net
  • He jumbled up everything in the drawer to find his key.
  • He jumbled up everything in the drawer to find his key.
  • She was gasping for breath as her mind rambled a jumbled conglomerate of disjointed thoughts at him.
  • If Mr Stæhlin was not grossly imposed upon, what could induce him to publish a map so singularly erroneous, and in which many of these islands are jumbled together in regular confusion, without the least regard to truth; and yet he is pleased to call it _a very accurate little map_. [ A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 16
  • The whole disc is jumbled riffing and passages that are ham-fistedly smashed together, making each ‘tune’ come plodding out of the speakers like a wet, grumbly fart.
  • the papers were hopelessly jumbled
  • These jumbled priorities should be no cause for surprise.
  • A hairstyle dissolves into a mess of jumbled brush strokes. Times, Sunday Times
  • The names appear jumbled but group together those who worked side by side or were simply friends. Times, Sunday Times
  • Whatever the topic, he is capable of unleashing a torrent of jumbled aperçus.
  • A few large stones were jumbled around the clearing and a wooden slab was on the ground.
  • As the couple discuss how to handle this, trivial and weighty issues typically become jumbled together. Times, Sunday Times
  • If it sounds like a jumbled mess, that's because to some degree it is. Christianity Today
  • The Hot Potatoes suite includes six applications, enabling you to create interactive multiple-choice, short-answer, jumbled-sentence, crossword, matching/ordering and gap-fill exercises for the World Wide Web. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • It is the point of the evening: that moment when everything is blown apart, when the stack of chairs that have been tumbled like matchwood at the back of the stage take on a meaning, while the lives of the characters are shattered and jumbled. One Night in November; Macbeth; Novecento
  • A jumbled curiosity of a film, Charlie isn't sure whether it wants to be a hard-boiled gangster thriller, a thoughtful biography, or a legal drama.
  • They prefer a mongrel vitality to a purebred stillness, a jumbled collage to a more settled composition.
  • As the San Francisco Chronicle reports: Steve Squyres, a Cornell astronomer and the rover's chief scientist, said Thursday that the rugged rock is a form of breccia, jumbled fragments of minerals cemented together and apparently thrown up from beneath the planet's surface by some monstrous impact that happened millions - or perhaps billions - of years ago. James M. Gentile: Innovations In Space Technology Are Still Key
  • the houses were jumbled together cheek by jowl
  • Fact and fiction became all jumbled up in his report of the robbery.
  • Soon everyone's in panties, the men, too, 13 dancers rolling on top of one another until they come to rest in a pileup of jumbled legs and backs. Mexican troupe's trite take on female sexuality
  • The narrative structure of the book is intentionally unspecific and jumbled.
  • He noticed his sword was leaning on a guardrail instead of being jumbled together with all the rest.
  • When you run out of paper or the words you write are jumbled up, think of the hourglass passing sand from the top to the bottom.
  • The few words that Neesha did catch were too jumbled up to understand.
  • He jumbled the pages in the paper.
  • It's tucked into a narrow street fragrant with incense curling out of a next-door temple, in one of Taipei's jumbled, old commercial districts.
  • The handwriting changed from the slanted, flowing script to short, cramped letters jumbled together in a disorderly fashion.
  • Still liked it, though, for all its faults, including a kind of tonally jumbled second half and one of the lamest most contrived villains ever. Baltiblogs
  • You can still follow the colonnaded main street of their city, and trace in the jumbled stones the outline of marketplaces, swimming pools and palaces.
  • And then it all kind of jumbled into one dish, finished with sour cream. Red Wine Pork Stroganoff
  • There, where the Atlantic rollers spend themselves on jumbled dolosse, is what Transnet's exasperated CEO, Maria Ramos, calls a "dot" on the map of the bay that may be subject to reclamation. Mail & Guardian Online
  • A hairstyle dissolves into a mess of jumbled brush strokes. Times, Sunday Times
  • Match the Chinese characters in the left-hand columns with their English meanings, which have been jumbled up on the right. Times, Sunday Times
  • They arrive jumbled and juxtaposed to provide a snapshot of what it was like. Times, Sunday Times
  • The next stage was to transfer this jumbled narrative on to A4-sized cards.
  • My mind is a jumbled mess and I don't know what to do. Times, Sunday Times
  • Fact and fiction became all jumbled up in his report of the robbery.
  • When I opened my mouth, a jumbled mess would tumble out. Times, Sunday Times
  • The facts, as they stand, are always kind of jumbled and rambling too. I Spy With My Little Eye, Something That Rhymes with Vaughnfest
  • These tended to be jumbled up, so investors could not easily see what they were paying for. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thoughts were jumbled inside his head and he was having difficulty sorting them all out.
  • They arrive jumbled and juxtaposed to provide a snapshot of what it was like. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Judaeo-Christian tradition is diverse, jumbled, contradictory, at every point inviting inquiry and debate.
  • The events of the past few days swam through Robby's head in one disjointed, jumbled mess, and he could find no perspective on any of it whatsoever.
  • We shuffle them and they are jumbled - disordered.
  • The whole schedule got jumbled as a result of the hurricane. Christianity Today
  • On the outside I am fine but the inside a thing of the past all the memories and all the thoughts jumbled and disappearing fast vast open areas and forgotten dunes sand bars and suction holes all hiding and ready to take a life not knowing the person just ready and vicious waiting for the right time to strike to take a precious soul from beneath their feet only to plenish themselves hiosun Diary Entry
  • As the couple discuss how to handle this, trivial and weighty issues typically become jumbled together. Times, Sunday Times
  • Around pink and yellow blossoms against a pearlescent greenish-blue sky, the word ‘lie’ recurs, in gloppy white cursive in a jumbled web with a central, sooty smudge.
  • And when you attack him for his malaprops, his jumbled syntax, it's good for us.
  • Characters are introduced in short, jumbled snippets. G4TV - The Feed
  • And when you attack him for his malaprops, his jumbled syntax, it's good for us.
  • Anaxagoras, that the reason of the inequality ariseth from the commixture of things earthy and cold; and that fiery and caliginous matter is jumbled together, whereby the moon is said to be a star of a counterfeit aspect. Essays and Miscellanies
  • Qualifying under lights on a slippery surface surrounded by walls is the perfect scenario for a jumbled grid. Times, Sunday Times
  • Everything is jumbled up together in a seductive way that keeps you reading. Times, Sunday Times
  • Upon being challenged to read Eugene Onegin aloud, he started to do this with great gusto, garbling every second word and turning Pushkin's iambic line into a kind of spastic anapaest with a lot of jaw-twisting haws and rather endearing little barks that utterly jumbled the rhythm and soon had us both in stitches. Letters: the Strange Case of Nabokov and Wilson
  • Each jar is labeled'sELF - ASSEMBLING CLOCK " and holds the jumbled parts of a timepiece.
  • Some people used old books as the basis of their scrapbook, leading to a palimpsest of original text and jumbled scraps, with columns overlapping columns and sentences running together.
  • They arrive jumbled and juxtaposed to provide a snapshot of what it was like. Times, Sunday Times
  • But, the synchronic and diachronic become entangled in both analysis and presentation, with key theoretical points coming across jumbled and disconnected.
  • On several occasions, the files have become jumbled on the removable media.
  • If it sounds like a jumbled mess, that's because to some degree it is. Christianity Today
  • Here are jumbled together manifestos from the Bauhaus, Surrealism, Dada, the Suprematists and the Futurists.
  • All my feelings were confused and jumbled up inside of me, and I could not focus on any one thought.
  • It's not quite the same story with tennis because the women's games are jumbled up with the men's games. The Sun
  • Everything is jumbled up together in a seductive way that keeps you reading. Times, Sunday Times
  • The magazine is a jumbled mishmash of jokes, stories, and serious news.
  • This Troodon was an adult whose bones were still partly articulated, or joined together, a prize compared to the scattered and jumbled remains we were used to finding.
  • On some pieces the letters are outlined, resulting in a jumbled scramble of dirty lines and tainted colour.
  • And when we do talk about it, we should do so clearly, in plain English - not in jumbled phrases of design jargon.

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