A diverse assortment of things or people: a mixed bag of applause and catcalls
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- I suppose the ‘problem’ is that the enemies tend to be a mixed bunch with a variety of attack patterns and looks, so recognizing an enemy and its capabilities can be tough.
- The pairs enjoyed a mixed bag of results, with three wins and creditable performances in their close losses.
- The first two episodes were a mixed bag, with a number of the sketches flatter than chewing gum on the streets of Dublin.
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Syllabification: mixed bag
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