Did you perchance mean shemozzle?
- n. (Yiddish) a confused situation or affair; a mess
“In last week's Soundings we wrote that the word "schemozzle" means a "confused state of affairs; a mess (Yiddish).”
“It's very unfortunate, of course, that Gulbrandsen should be shot on the same evening that this schemozzle happened between Serrocold and this young Lawson. ”
“The other atmospheric schemozzle at about that time was Acid Rain, in particular the claim that Acid Rain with origins in Britain was devastating Scandinavian forests.”
“So, part of the issue with getting sick over Christmas probably arose a a result of the whole Christmas schemozzle, js going down like a shot bird and every other thing hitting at the one time.”
“And when we got in there was ever such a schemozzle going on.”
“Sir William lost his, and called uncle a something parson in front of all the village people, so uncle punched him in the eye and there was the most frightful schemozzle.”
“That plus cyberwarfare practice and sheer Google hypocrisy is the root of that current schemozzle.”
“The last two tests against the Boks have been a schemozzle.”
“But above all else, the events of the past two days have shown what a schemozzle NSW Labor is.”
“Pumpkin and his dad did the train ride, saw the koalas (which, according to pumpkin, are very smelly) - did the whole schemozzle.”
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