Definition of mishmash in English:

mishmash

Syllabification: mish·mash
Pronunciation: /ˈmiSHˌmaSH
 
, ˈmiSHˌmäSH/

noun

[in singular]
A confused mixture: a mishmash of outmoded ideas
More example sentences
  • So at this point, it's really become a mixture, a mishmash of issues.
  • Underlying the idea of the multitude is a mishmash of confused claims.
  • Your typical bad comedy is a mess, a sloppy mishmash of junk with maybe a few funny bits here and there.
Synonyms

Origin

late 15th century: reduplication of mash.

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