A collection containing a variety of miscellaneous things.(noun)
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Use "mingle-mangle" in a sentence
"I hope you like today's shot, with its mingle-mangle of old stones and inconsistent patterns."
"The Tempest is, as it were, Shakespeare's affirmation, in answer to his critics, that his plays choose to be what John Lyly called a 'mingle-mangle', mixing clowns and kings, fairies and mortals, the divine and the human."
"The mingle-mangle of scarcely connected incidents which did duty with Greene for a plot, the irrepressible by-play with which"