hodgepodge[ hoj-poj ]SEE DEFINITION OF hodgepodge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HODGEPODGE
The Church was a hodgepodge of conflicting doctrines and ceremonial.
"Look at this, madam, look at this hodgepodge," moaned the women.
It was filled with a hodgepodge of papers, books, old clothes and bundles of linen.
When fully operational, it will replace a hodgepodge of disaster programs that suffered from numerous shortcomings.
Superstition is the interpretation of their religion, their political views are a hodgepodge of unconnected ideas.
The loot that the Nipe had been stealing had, at first, seemed to be a hodgepodge of everything.
Remember then, that all is recorded by God and conscience; and all this hodgepodge of vanity must be reviewed and answered for.
Kay stood, entranced, gazing upon the hodgepodge of color; she had the feeling of having stepped out of one world into another.
French was to be no longer a hodgepodge or a patois, but the pure and perfect speech of the king and his court.
They were all talking together in a hodgepodge, some pointing this way, some that, for they had lost their way.