Jumble – meaning of the word and example

An untidy and confused mixture of things, feelings, or ideas. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A jumble of things is a lot  of different things that are all mixed together in a disorganised or confused way. (Collins Dictionary)

To move in a confused or disordered manner. (Merriam – Webster)

An untidy collection or pile of things. (Oxford Dictionaries)


Jumble of wooden Scrabble letter tiles.


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