farrago

[ fuh-rah-goh, -rey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF farrago

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"A farrago of superstitious nonsense," thought Alan to himself when he had gone.

I never heard a fellow go on with such a farrago of rubbish.

Nothing can persuade us that the universe is a farrago of nonsense.

Away with it all, for a farrago of nonsense, lies, and nuisances!

Surely no mortal can decipher such a farrago of alphabetical obscurity.

Look here, my dear Nathan, what farrago of nonsense is this?

Is it the Theological hodge-podge, the farrago of all the religions, which believe in the Gospel?

Where had he acquired this language, this farrago of phrases from Godey's Ladies' Magazine?

Then it was a farrago of lies you told me about your adventures in the western mountains?

What has all this farrago about savages to do with Dionysus?

WORD ORIGIN

1630s, from Latin farrago "medley, mix of grains for animal feed," from far "grain" (see barley).

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