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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjumblejum‧ble1 /ˈdʒʌmbəl/ noun  1 [singular]MIX a lot of different things mixed together in an untidy way, without any orderjumble of a jumble of old toys Inside, she was a jumble of emotions.2 [uncountable] British EnglishDLDH things to be sold at a jumble sale syn rummage American English
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jumbleDay to day, a jumble of hopes and fears pour upon us.Elsewhere, there are puppets, a jumble of toys, a vast doll collection and excellent temporary exhibitions.The town, a jumble of Jekyll-and-Hyde contradictions, did not impress him.Any good clean jumble or bric-a-brac will be appreciated.Here, their interplay is again easy and amusing, but the movie around them is a cliched jumble.It's worried that the resulting jumble of colours and designs would create an eyesore.jumble ofThe business district is a crowded jumble of shops and restaurants.