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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhodge-podgehodge-podge /ˈhɒdʒ pɒdʒ $ ˈhɑːdʒ pɑːdʒ/ noun [singular] American English informal  x-refa lot of things mixed up together in no order syn jumble, hotch-potch British English
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hodge-podgeHere half a dozen hotels soon sprang up along with a hodge-podge of other shops, booths, and taverns.
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