Definition of 'jumble'
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Some are from jumble sales or bins. The Sun (2017)She would go to jumble sales and buy old crockery that she would take home and throw, piece by piece, against the wall. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The names appear jumbled but group together those who worked side by side or were simply friends. Times, Sunday Times (2011)At college he built up a lucrative sideline touring local church and jumble sales for clothes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Everything is jumbled up together in a seductive way that keeps you reading. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You may not feel able to tell your parents but may well be left with a jumble of confused feelings. The Sun (2010)There was no money to spare, so jumble sales were a great help. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)She bought her orange coat from a jumble sale for a bargain 15! The Sun (2014)A hairstyle dissolves into a mess of jumbled brush strokes. Times, Sunday Times (2006)In a split second the opposite hand rapidly sweeps the length of the tool catching the ants in a jumbled mass between thumb and forefinger. Cultural Anthropology (1995)If it sounds like a jumbled mess, that's because to some degree it is. Christianity Today (2000)ALAN of Cardiff - the jumble sale painting is very valuable. The Sun (2012)When I opened my mouth, a jumbled mess would tumble out. Times, Sunday Times (2007)My mind is a jumbled mess and I don't know what to do. Times, Sunday Times (2008)JOE of London - the jumble sale pottery is worth a lot. The Sun (2010)She steered clear of charity shops - there was rarely anything that she could afford - but found church jumble sales a good source of cheap clothes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Used Occasionally. jumble is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'jumble'
British English: jumble NOUN
A jumble of things is a lot of different things that are all mixed together in a disorganized way.
The shoreline was made up of a jumble of huge boulders.
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