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ragbag

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishragbagrag‧bag /ˈræɡbæɡ/ noun [singular] British English  CONFUSEDa mixture of very different things that do not seem to fit together wellragbag of a ragbag of leftover bits of food
Examples from the Corpus
ragbagThis show is a bit of a ragbag.They formed an extraordinary ragbag of a community from the point of view of language, culture, religion and education.The drawing-room had not yet been invaded by the decorators and was still in its original cluttered and faded ragbag splendour.If Son has a grand strategy for extracting more value out of his ragbag of assets, it is hard to spot.
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