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It was a hodge-podge of parts of every old costume he had ever used.

What a muddle, what a hodge-podge I have made of this pen work!

When this hodge-podge was brewed it was offered to the soldiers.

Surely the Demoiselle could not hodge-podge herself into one of the whites?

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

He found its politics a hodge-podge of unsettled, bitter policies.

All that is required is to derive a certain starting-point from the hodge-podge of uncertainties and unintelligibility.

Edwards has a library of goodly proportions, but it is a hodge-podge of everything under the sun.

Another contemporary critic announces that “our English tongue was a gallimaufry or hodge-podge of all other speeches.”

For where the picture had been, there was now only a hodge-podge of wildly mixed colors!

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.