Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of farrago.

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Examples

  • Canadian indie bands have, over the past six years, shot farragoes of catchy melodies across the 48th parallel.

    The Unicorns, “Who Will Cut Our Hair When We’re Gone?” : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits

  • And anyway, by the late ’70s, Mr. Hockney had detoured in a half-dozen directions: theater sets and costume design, where the artist showed himself to be a virtuoso; photography, where he did not; and farragoes into Cubist collage, Chinese philosophy and “fax” drawings, as well as the artist’s crazily overpublicized theory that from the Renaissance onward, artists used optical devices to paint in perfect one-point perspective.

    The Unconfounding Delight of David Hockney

  • And anyway, by the late ’70s, Mr. Hockney had detoured in a half-dozen directions: theater sets and costume design, where the artist showed himself to be a virtuoso; photography, where he did not; and farragoes into Cubist collage, Chinese philosophy and “fax” drawings, as well as the artist’s crazily overpublicized theory that from the Renaissance onward, artists used optical devices to paint in perfect one-point perspective.

    The Unconfounding Delight of David Hockney

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