jumble[ juhm-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF jumble
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JUMBLE
Do we not nightly jumble events and personages and times and places, as these do daily?
For my own life was a jumble—irregular, crowded and intense.
Of all these men and the rushing world of power they lived in, I have only a jumble of memories now.
A musician might extract some harmony from this chaos of noises, this jumble of sounds.
It was full of a jumble of newspapers, books, old clothes and underlinen, in bundles.
It's a sort of jumble for a modern residence, but I like it.
"Not half such a jumble as you are making of yours," smiled Elfreda.
When the waiters had moved away, "We are having a jumble sale," she announced.
His first impression was a jumble—eyes, scurrying movement, and bulk.
We needn't give any name—only a jumble of letters that spell nothing.