Examples of hodgepodge in a Sentence
the exhibit was a hodgepodge of mediocre art, bad art, and really bad art
Recent Examples of hodgepodge from the Web
This year’s lineup is a genre-bending hodgepodge of both popular and emerging acts.
The bill marks the latest Sacramento showdown over how to change the state’s lending code, a hodgepodge of rules that limit fees and interest on some types of loans while leaving others unregulated.
Somehow this hodgepodge of bright, vegetal, sweet, and briny flavors is pleasing rather than dissonant.
For the rest of the banking system — a hodgepodge of smaller commercial banks, postal savings banks and other savings institutions — the central bank’s move frees up $31 billion.
The video showed a weird hodgepodge of influences ranging from past Bethesda single-player RPGs to brutal survival crafting games like ARK: Survival Evolved and Conan Exiles to the character progression and cooperative loot grind of Destiny.
Somehow meaning everything and nothing at all, one of the restaurant’s taglines aptly summed up the glorious hodgepodge: Good Food, Good Folks, Good Times.
The Belgian fashion god has spent three decades doing loud and attention-grabbing the right way: in this case, that means a masterful hodgepodge of out-there prints that together form something resembling art.
The store was a hodgepodge of tall shelves in narrow aisles, perfect for my cautious approach.
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HODGEPODGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hodgepodge for English Language Learners
: a mixture of different things
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