Say you went to a jumble sale and bought it; you paid one-and-twopence-halfpenny for it.
When the waiters had moved away, "We are having a jumble sale," she announced.
Her old boxes, which she had taken with her from home, had been sent to a jumble sale.
Without Love they were nothing—odds and ends, fit for a jumble sale.
As everyone does the same, a stranger passing by would think there must be a 'jumble sale' going on.
That's the right figure, isn't it, for the best things at a jumble sale?
The jumble sale was being held in the schools and all St. Gwithian was there, fighting tooth and nail over the bargains.
It was so old that any jumble sale would have been pleased to have it.
The mayor's wife opened the door an inch and peeped at us as we lay, looking, indeed, more like a jumble sale than anything.