Hodgepodge [noun]

Definition of Hodgepodge:

mixture, mess

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Sentence/Example of Hodgepodge:

Treasury ended up making 11 loans from the fund, mostly to a hodgepodge of little-known companies.

Fortunately, there’s a hodgepodge of other places you can still get your flu shot, and most of the time it’s free.

Analysts say Amazon Prime Day’s offers will be less of a hodgepodge than in previous years and clearly more focused on holiday items, either for oneself or others, with a focus on home appliances and consumer electronics.

They noted that they were using a hodgepodge of tools like taking notes in Evernote or Google Docs, tracking their pipeline in Excel or Google Sheets and tracking tasks with paper lists or sticky notes.

The lack of consistent asymptomatic testing guidelines means that from state to state, county to county, a hodgepodge of strategies are being used with varying standards, testing methods and levels of access.

Superstition is the interpretation of their religion, their political views are a hodgepodge of unconnected ideas.

The loot that the Nipe had been stealing had, at first, seemed to be a hodgepodge of everything.

Remember then, that all is recorded by God and conscience; and all this hodgepodge of vanity must be reviewed and answered for.

Kay stood, entranced, gazing upon the hodgepodge of color; she had the feeling of having stepped out of one world into another.

The Church was a hodgepodge of conflicting doctrines and ceremonial.