Portobelloby Ruth Rendell A suspenseful, complex mystery about mixed-up lives in a London neighborhood.
Their enthusiasm, devotion, and mixed-up sense of romance for squinty boys is one of the more quaint aspects of pop culture.
Strangely, stories of mixed-up babies in Russia are not uncommon, horrifying young parents in the past.
The context of you being a mixed-up, hormone-addled seventh-grader when you read it, alone in your bedroom.
The Major walked away stiffly, pondering over this mixed-up affair.
"It is rather a mixed-up mess," said I, perplexed by the contingencies and the repetitions.
By the time I debarked for the fifth time, I was whistling the tune with jazzy improvisations in a mixed-up tempo.
Memories then; puzzling, mixed-up pictures that had lost their outlines.
Roy sat looking from the letter to the bangle with a distinctly pleasant kind of mixed-up feeling inside.
It was a mixed-up business—but you've got the whole truth at last.