Synonyms of jumble
muddleDictionary • a meaningless jumble of words
muddle • My thoughts are all in a muddle.
mixture • a mixture of spiced, grilled vegetables
mess • Linda can't stand mess.
disorder • The emergency room was in disorder.
confusion • The rebel leader seems to have escaped in the confusion.
chaos • The country appears to be sliding towards chaos.
litter • He pushed aside the litter of books.
clutter • She preferred her work area to be free of clutter.
disarray • He found the room in disarray.
medley • a medley of traditional songs
miscellany • glass cases filled with a miscellany of objects
mishmash • a bizarre mishmash of colours and patterns
farrago • an intolerable farrago of rubbish
pig's breakfast (informal)
mixDictionary • animals whose remains were jumbled together by scavengers and floods
mix • Oil and water don't mix.
shuffle • The silence lengthened as he unnecessarily shuffled some papers.
tangle • Themes get tangled in his elliptical storytelling.
muddle • Already some people have begun to muddle the two names.
entangle • The door handle had entangled itself with the strap of her bag.
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chaosChaos is a state of complete disorder and confusion.
• The country appears to be sliding towards chaos.
clutterClutter is a lot of things in an untidy state, especially things that are not useful or necessary.
• She preferred her work area to be free of clutter.
confusionConfusion is a situation in which everything is in disorder, especially because there are lots of things happening at the same time.
• The rebel leader seems to have escaped in the confusion.
Thesaurus for jumble from the Collins English Thesaurus