jumbled[ juhm-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF jumbled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JUMBLED
I know that it's willingly offered, but we should be too warm all jumbled up together.
He was speaking so rapidly that the words were jumbled together.
If I were Joseph, I should not be quite unconcerned about that jumbled estimation.
In other cases the words are jumbled and confused, especially if long and difficult.
The voices that came down to them were jumbled, faint, indistinguishable.
Only a telepath like the doctor could have followed my jumbled ideas.
And away, and away, and away they rumbled and jumbled to the cars.
A jumbled mass of precipitous hills and canyons confronted her.
The jumbled embers were thrown into a wheelbarrow and tipped into the Rhine.
He jumbled around on his feet and took a couple of practice swings.