mish-mosh

mish-mosh

A jumbled, disorganized mixture of several various things. The "stew" he served was just a bizarre mish-mosh of stuff he had left over in his fridge. The story is a mish-mosh of inconsistent themes and plotlines that never go anywhere.

mish-mosh

verb
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This study relied on people to describe their own sleep habits, which can generate a "mish-mosh," in Lauderdale's view, of "accurate and less accurate information."
With the Galaxy A series being a mish-mosh between the high-end and the mid-range, Samsung could easily play it safe with a smaller battery on the Galaxy A7, much as it's done with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 or it could test the device with a larger battery and premium glass and metal features.
"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.
Creatively, Tarnofsky-Ostroff says her first mission will be to unify the weblet's wild programming mish-mosh into a more cohesive brand focused on attracting young men and women.
My sister's favorite dessert is blueberry mish-mosh pie.
With a triumphant smile she declared, "Blueberry mish-mosh pie!"
Over the years, I've often thought about blueberry mish-mosh pie.
Revamped from the Europe and Asia presentations, Carey is left with a bizarre mish-mosh of sets to wander through.