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Jumble

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Noun

1. clutter, fuddle, jumble, mare's nest, muddle, smother, welter

a confused multitude of things

2. jumbal, jumble

small flat ring-shaped cake or cookie

3. hodgepodge, jumble, patchwork

a theory or argument made up of miscellaneous or incongruous ideas

Verb

4. jumble, mingle

be all mixed up or jumbled together

Example Sentences:
'His words jumbled'

5. confuse, jumble, mix up

assemble without order or sense

Example Sentences:
'She jumbles the words when she is supposed to write a sentence'

6. jumble, scramble, throw together

bring into random order

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Jumble

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verb
1. 
to mingle (objects, papers, etc) in a state of disorder
2. (tr; usually passive)
to remember in a confused form; muddle
noun
3. 
a disordered mass, state, etc
4. British
articles donated for a jumble sale
5. Also called: jumbal
a small thin cake, usually ring-shaped

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Jumble

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verb transitiveWord forms: ˈjumbled or ˈjumbling
1. 
to mix in a confused, disorderly heap
2. 
to confuse mentally
verb intransitive
3. 
to be jumbled
noun
4. 
a confused mixture or heap
5. 
a muddle
6.  British
rummage sale
: in full jumble sale
noun
a kind of thin, sugared cookie shaped like a ring
: also sp. ˈjumbal

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Jumble

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v. jum·bled, jum·bling, jum·bles
v.tr.
1. To mix in a confused way; throw together carelessly: jumble socks in a heap.
2. To muddle; confuse: The rapid-fire questioning jumbled the witness's thoughts.
v.intr.
To be mixed in a confused way: dividers to keep the files from jumbling.
n.
1. A confused or disordered mass: a jumble of paper scraps.
2. A disordered state; a muddle: receipts in a jumble.

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