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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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in Elgin, will host "MishMosh Shabbat" at 7:30 p.m.
Stew Levin said, "'MishMosh Shabbat' is an evolving expression of faith and spirituality combining traditional prayer and chants with live music participation.
The goal of our 'MishMosh Shabbat' is to provide meaningful, uplifting, joyous observance.
Making "MishMosh" so very special is its homegrown talent.
Aside from the Bruins' starting five of Zdeno Chara and Dougie Hamilton on defense with Milan Lucic, David Krejci and Jarome Iginla up front, the rest of the combinations on both sides were mainly a mishmosh of regulars and strangers to the NHL.
At age forty-nine Professor Lydia Pinkowitz teaches women's studies and lives happily with her partner Allie and their calico cat Mishmosh. Allie is forever writing notes to Lydia: "Call your mother." This is because Allie's mother is dead and the only family Allie has is Lydia.
When I look around my room, I see traces of those cornball ideals, and all over them the antic revisions of an American mishmosh and an American spaciness.
Katz trafficked in a manic, code-switching Yinglish mix that was a rapid-fire, exclamatory fusion of English word fragments, Yiddish monologues and punchlines, guttural vocables, throaty glugs, and manic glossolalia: a dizzying mishmosh of sense and nonsense, of obligatory rhyme and optional reason.
But, after the success of Lon Chaney in the 1923 version of Victor Hugo's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," Universal Studios bought the rights to the book, which was a mishmosh of elements from "Hunchback" and George du Maurier's "Trilby."
Congregation Kneseth Israel, 330 Division Street, Elgin, is excited to announce "MishMosh Shabbat", this coming Friday night, April 20 at 7:30 PM.
The goal of our MishMosh Shabbat is to provide meaningful, uplifting, joyous observance.
Making MishMosh so very special is its home grown talent.
So what is MishMosh? The word means an eclectic collection, "deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse range of sources." In Hebrew, the word also means apricot.