Examples of hodgepodge in a Sentence
the exhibit was a hodgepodge of mediocre art, bad art, and really bad art
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The hodgepodge nature of the U.S. territory's borrowing illustrates the complexity of the ongoing attempt to disentangle the island from its $74 billion debt, which makes rebuilding a nearly impossible task absent a major intervention.
First of all, many of the shapes are indecipherable: There’s a cookie that looks like it was supposed to be a star covered in a hodgepodge of green and red frosting.
Entire public school systems in Indiana cities, such as Muncie and Gary, had been decimated by funding losses, even as a hodgepodge of ineffective charter and voucher schools sprang up to replace them.
The roster will be a hodgepodge of college players, minor-leaguers and players competing professionally in Europe.
The hodgepodge tradition only works at Taylor University in Upland, Ind. Why?
The videos in the digital archive are in a hodgepodge of formats: RealMedia, Windows Media Format, .MOV and various MPEG formats, as well as Flash video archives of YouTube videos.
But a heavy-handed response could also help Mr. Puigdemont to unite a hodgepodge of separatist groups who want an independent Catalonia but divided in the best way to get there.
The track itself is a bit of a sonic hodgepodge, with licks echoing Davis and a reggae element courtesy of The Wailers' Josh David Barnett.
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Origin and Etymology of hodgepodge
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
agglomerate, agglomeration, assortment, clutter, collage, grab bag, hash, hotchpotch, jumble, litter, medley, mélange, miscellany, mishmash, mixed bag, motley, muddle, olio, olla podrida, omnium-gatherum, patchwork, potpourri, ragbag, rummage, salmagundi, scramble, shuffle, smorgasbord, tumble, variety, welter;
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