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
The spring farmers’ markets are a bizarre mishmash of items that range dramatically in quality and provenance.
Since 2000, a mishmash of anarchists, socialists and others opposed to capitalism's excesses have flooded downtown each May 1 to observe a day dedicated to workers' rights, a cause celebrated worldwide.
With an incoherent mishmash of his usual guys onstage -- Ben Keith, the Stray Gators, Jack Nitszche, Crosby, Stills and Nash, probably the mailman -- Young mostly took the opportunity to get smashed on tequila and complain about the sound.
Fitzpatrick is the 15th player selected 11th overall (his slot) or higher, and the 14 previous are a wildly uneven mishmash of notable early-era successes and monumental misfires.
Scenic designer Cameron Michalak has created a spectacular ruin of a place, cluttered with worthless crap - a mishmash of American eagle door plaques and old beer signs.
This note is part of the musical score, a mishmash of genres and broken up by those piano notes.
And newcomer Marine Serre, who won the LVMH prize last year and whom everyone seems to be talking about, jumped into the pond (the Seine?) with an exuberant mishmash of silky scarves, athleisure, and even velvet.
Put those lighters in the air as this symphonic mishmash of classical, rock and pop, created by the singer Rob Evan and the conductor Randall Craig Fleischer, plays its final numbers.
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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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