mish-mosh

mish-mosh

verb
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These shops represent a veritable treasure trove overflowing with one-of-a-kind finds ranging in style from Mid-Century Modern, early 19th Century Ornate, sun-bleached Boho, snappy Country Club chic or just plain fabulous mish-mosh.
It's the Nobel prize of words," says Neil Karlan, author of The Story of Yiddish: How a Mish-Mosh of Languages Saved the Jews.
It could founder on the reality of enterprise Java applications: A common framework is great, but the reality of enterprise Java applications is that they are a mish-mosh of product versions.
Rather than being a thrown together mish-mosh of inferior tracks that should have never seen the light of day, Unreleased is filled with covers (most notably the Jackson 5's "I Want You Back" and Brook Benton's "Rainy Night in Georgia") and originals ("I've Got A Need For You," "Let Somebody Love Me") that feature performances as strong as Ruffin's Temptations-era leads.
Factor in an undisciplined, inexplicable offensive mish-mosh from USC, which felt more at home tossing up fadeaway 3-pointers and not getting back on defense than working the ball inside to Jeff McMillan, and it's why the Bruins held a 49-33 lead at the half.
USC is already a lock for a BCS game, but it becomes a mish-mosh of what-ifs after the Trjoans.