Examples of mishmash in a Sentence
the painting was just a mishmash of colors and abstract shapes as far as we could tell
Recent Examples of mishmash from the Web
Aghdam, who posted a mishmash of workout videos, rants against animal cruelty and vegan cooking tips on YouTube, detailed her frustrations in videos and posts on her website and social media accounts, which have since been deleted.
Instead, what emerged was a strange mishmash of Modernist buildings, Brutalist structures and dour Soviet-style block houses, many of which long ago fell into disrepair.
Still, this Fox Searchlight release is an admirably ambitious film, one whose appreciation for its mishmash of genres ultimately proves infectious and winning.
The patch was discovered in 1997 by Charles Moore, a yachtsman who had sailed through a mishmash of floating plastic bottles and other debris on his way home to Los Angeles.
The purple and gold color scheme is a cluttered mishmash of odd fonts and images, including Illinois (in the bicentennial logo) atop … Illinois.
The three shades of the interior—black dashboard, chestnut dashboard accent and seats, and beige headlining—make for a bit of a visual mishmash.
The Trump administration has so far done little to help secure the mishmash of 10,000 local voting jurisdictions across the nation that mostly run on obsolete and imperfectly secured technology.
Instead of riches, the Chicago native found himself in Barcelona working as an advance man in the midst of an odd mishmash of a musical revue.
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MISHMASH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mishmash for English Language Learners
: a confused mixture of things
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