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  • n. Plural form of hodgepodge.


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  • Some of the “Muscle Video Journal” episodes were hodgepodges where the guest line-up had no rhyme or reason.

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat

  • It guides you, like a legality, like your own breathing, in and out of overtone, hardcore hodgepodges, those inklings near sacrosanct beyond breakfront negligees and neo-negligence leading the good life.


  • When collectors are far from the hot and humid streets of Gotham, a "Why bother?" attitude devolves into summer hours and group shows usually loosely themed hodgepodges from a gallery's stable of artists.

    Beyond Laissez-Faire Summer Fare

  • Another way to expose the “conservative/liberal” dichotomy as meaningless is to study the moral and intellectual hodgepodges that constitute our two major parties.

    So Who Knows?

  • But sometimes a visit to a great museum-restaurant can give you a healthy perspective on the strenuous triviality of TV smackdown cooks and $40 hodgepodges of foods made unrecognizable by blowtorches and liquid nitrogen.

    It's Autumn at the Four Seasons

  • At least those ones are bound to be full of filler (whence the phrase "one-hit wonder") and/or hodgepodges that lose nothing that was artistically very intentional in being chopped up.

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  • Meetings are said to often be large hodgepodges of wanderers in, kibitzers from down the hall, persons (many more than in previous administrations) with "walk-in" rights.

    Clinton's Accountability

  • From dinosaur-like animals to fairies to bizarre hodgepodges like the Jersey Devil, there seems to no limit to the variety of unexplained creatures people claim to have seen with their own eyes.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • In brief, the key picks of that litter are the BBQ Beets 2 compilation of dub-seasoned downtempo, with tracks by David Last, DJ Olive and others; two delectable hodgepodges of fragments, the Freeform and the Daedelus; and the Aeroc, a moody soundscape as scary as any horror score.

    Disquiet » In Print

  • These British squadrons were hodgepodges of ships, mixing old and new, big and little, fast and slow, strong and weak; this was the result of Admiralty uncertainties and compromises as to what could be spared from home waters and who the enemy in the Pacific was likely to be.

    Castles of Steel


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