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 commission is also expected to examine the party's nominating calendar -- which features the overwhelmingly white Iowa and New Hampshire voting first, and a geographic mishmash of states voting in clusters on the same day.
On the lengthy LP (21 tracks in all), there’s a mishmash of values, ideas and life mantras.
Longshoremen on the West Coast currently track shipping containers using a mishmash of technology that ranges from handheld data access terminals to old-fashioned clipboards and even chalk.
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Origin and Etymology of mishmash
Middle English & Yiddish; Middle English mysse masche, perhaps reduplication of mash mash; Yiddish mish-mash, perhaps reduplication of mishn to mix
First Known Use: 15th century
MISHMASH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mishmash for English Language Learners
: a confused mixture of things
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