from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- intransitive verb To mix in a confused way; throw together carelessly.
- intransitive verb To muddle; confuse.
- intransitive verb To be mixed in a confused way.
- noun A confused or disordered mass.
- noun A disordered state; a muddle.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A confused mixture, mass, or collection; a state of disorder or confusion.
- noun A thin crisp cake, composed of flour, sugar, butter, and eggs, flavored with lemon-peel or sweet almonds.
- To mix in a confused mass; put or throw together without order: often followed by together or up.
- To stir up; arouse.
- To meet or come together confusedly or promiscuously; be mixed up.
- To act or work confusedly; stumble along; flounder.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A confused mixture; a mass or collection without order.
- noun A small, thin, sugared cake, usually ring-shaped.
- transitive verb To mix in a confused mass; to put or throw together without order; -- often followed by together or up.
- intransitive verb To meet or unite in a confused way; to mix confusedly.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb To
- noun A
- noun UK Items for a
- noun archaic A small, thin, sugared cake, usually ring-shaped.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb assemble without order or sense
- noun a confused multitude of things
- noun a theory or argument made up of miscellaneous or incongruous ideas
- verb be all mixed up or jumbled together
- verb bring into random order
- noun small flat ring-shaped cake or cookie
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
I read things into the words, decoded them like a word jumble in the Sunday funnies.
I climbed over them to sit and type on the bed, in jumble sale exile.
On the surface it might appear to be any other word-jumble from the subset of Japanese gaming that only two small handfuls of obsessive sub-culture fans in the West can appreciate, but again, let me assure you this is different.
In the midst of this societal jumble is Albert Fish, serial killer and cannibal.
Miranda Goode have found that test subjects who are reminded of money prior to engaging in a word jumble descrambling exercise exhibit more self-sufficienct orientation compared to control subjects to whom neutral language is read prior to the exercise.
They didn't know what to do with the word jumble and neither did 1.
It's easy to foresee a scenario where paranoid Texas or USC supporters raise similar concerns if their team winds up in a late-season national title jumble that includes an SEC power.
The Perfect Place Contest requires players to earn the highest score on a skill-based, puzzle-based online game, similar to the word jumble games in the newspaper.
Unlike other home-giveaways where contestants are required to write lengthy and subjective essays, The Perfect Place Contest requires players to earn the highest score on a skill-based, puzzle-based online game, similar to the word jumble games in the newspaper.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, meanwhile, have a trickier path, as in figuring out how the BCS will play out looks like a word jumble next to the crossword when figuring out how the Big 12