kitchen-sink


kitch·en–sink

adjective \-ˈsiŋk\

Definition of KITCHEN-SINK

1
chiefly British :  portraying or emphasizing the squalid aspects of modern life <the kitchen–sink realism of contemporary British drama — Current Biography>
2
:  being or made up of a hodgepodge of disparate elements or ingredients

First Known Use of KITCHEN-SINK

1941

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