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- adj. In disarray, mixed up.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of jumble.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. in utter disorder
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Characters are introduced in short, jumbled snippets.
She gets some typed-up speech, one page, with the letters of each word jumbled up.
** Chapter Nineteen My feelings were jumbled, which is not a good posture for a clinical psychologist during a crisis.
The dark cover designed by art director Carole Otypka has the letters of the magazine's title jumbled along the bottom of the page, instead of the top.
My feelings were jumbled, which is not a good posture for a clinical psychologist during a crisis.
You know you made a really interesting comment that sometimes all these numbers get kind of jumbled up.
The facts, as they stand, are always kind of jumbled and rambling too.
And then it all kind of jumbled into one dish, finished with sour cream.
HOLMES: It was German and English in there, but they were kind of jumbled, you couldn't make it out.
I know this is a pretty short summary of the PC, but it is all kind of jumbled in my head still.
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