[fuh-raj-uh-nuh s]


heterogeneous; mixed: a farraginous collection of random ideas.

Origin of farraginous

1605–15; < Latin farrāgin- (stem of farrāgō) mixed grains (see farrago) + -ous
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Historical Examples of farraginous

  • Thou art, I vow, the remarkablest progenitor barring none in this chaffering allincluding most farraginous chronicle.


    James Joyce