Full of mumbo-jumbo about "inner-directed" and "outer-directed" personalities.
"Every society has its mumbo-jumbo to keep it in order," said Arkwright.
Then that must have been a masquerade, that other time—all that mumbo-jumbo with the Anagrams.
Ive no use for your Mumbo-Jumbo trickery and Manchester morality.
They may fill the interval with hoodoo rites, caste divisions or Mumbo-Jumbo worship, as they please.
Pauline actually believed in her religion, believed in it to the extent of dishonoring their love to appease the mumbo-jumbo.
Comes the alarm crash of the Sanctus thrice repeated, the mumbo-jumbo of fast-gabbled Latin, the exultant organ.
No mumbo-jumbo of superstition, no awe of strangers who had suddenly descended upon them from the sky.
We fulfil those demands to a certain extent, but we do not make a mumbo-jumbo of them.