mish-mash

mish-mash

and mish-mosh (ˈmɪʃmæʃ and ˈmɪʃmɑʃ)
n. a mixture; a disorderly conglomeration. There’s no theme or focus. It’s just a mish-mash.
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SIR - Is there any point in me voting for a particular political party to rule Great Britain, when the political setup at present is a great mish-mash of devolved government ( which divided Great Britain), Westminster Government, the EU and more and more layers of complicated bureaucracy sending costs through the roof.
IS there any point in me voting for a particular political party to rule Great Britain when the political set-up is a great mish-mash of devolved government, which has divided Great Britain, Westminster Government, the EU and more and more layers of complicated bureaucracy sending costs through the roof.
I'm a mish-mash of everything I'm a Muslim, I'm British, I'm Bangladeshi, I'm a woman, a mother, a wife.
Some people think it is a genius album, but I think it is a mish-mash of rubbish" Rolling Stone Keith Richards hits out at the Beatles' 1967 album Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
The singer's mish-mash look of oversized lilac coat and flower power boots makes for an altogether pur-poor get-up.
I have already cancelled some of my old favorites because they have become a mish-mash of overlapping articles, ads and pictures.
THIS week, my recipe is, in all honesty, a bit of a mish-mash.
This mish-mash of colour, shapes and prints, isn't going to be winning any prizes for style.
WASHINGTON, June 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "Today's Supreme Court decision that says Congress's near 40 year history of promoting employee ownership does not protect fiduciaries of employee stock ownership plans, or ESOPs, from lawsuits triggered by company stock price declines, is a disappointing mish-mash," said ESOP Association President, J.
The debut European release from husband and wife Todd Mayhew and Sivan Agam - a mish-mash of tracks from their first two Aussie albums - is a pleasant introduction to their acoustic delights.
So what's in that book can only be a mish-mash of what he's seen in other books and ideas gained from other people.
MN - (e-mail address supplied) A mish-mash of half-baked ideas Dear Sir, Gulf Times The letter "Importance of brain education" (, November 19) is just a string many high-sounding words which absolutely do not convey anything.
Hard clarity is required from Labour, not mish-mash.
In plain English, the story is something of a mish-mash, like most folk tales but its importance has never been doubted.
The supra-national culture-subsuming mish-mash paraded failed in the Soviet Union and now in the European Union.