medley

Part of speech: noun

A mixture; jumble.

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Usage examples "medley":

  1. Surely never was such a medley known! - "Oxford", Frederick Douglas How.
  2. There was a medley of sounds, a fierce, but brief fight, and all was over. - "Hunting with the Bow and Arrow", Saxton Pope.
  3. There were some larger specimens of natural history suspended from the ceiling, chiefly skulls and bones of animals; and on the shelves inside a great variety of stones and pebbles and fragments of marble figures, which the doctor had picked up, I believe, in the Mediterranean: altogether the shop was a strange medley, and made people stare very much when they came into it. - "Poor Jack", Frederick Marryat.