An assortment or a medley; a conglomeration: "their special farrago of resentments” ( William Safire). (noun)
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Use "farrago" in a sentence
"Why the UN acquiesces in this obscene farrago is an exercise best left to the student."
"Not a word of all this, which common minds called farrago, but which had its truth to me, did I utter to Laura."
"The play has been described as a farrago of undercooked ideas and clashing styles by some critics, lauded as a brilliantly unorthodox play of daring imaginative scope by others."