[ adjective ] in utter disorder


"a disorderly pile of clothes"

Used in print

(William S. Haymond, "Is Distance an Original...)

But by the tracing procedure , he could , in a strange obviously kinesthetic manner , find the unseen form ; could piece , as_it_were , the jumbled mass together into an organized whole and_then recognize it as a man or a triangle or whatever it turned_out to be .

(W. E. B. DuBois, Worlds of Color....)

Dives , carefully repaired huts , and nicely painted and ornamented cottages were jumbled together cheek_by_jowl with little distinction .

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