a confused mixture; hodgepodge; medley: a farrago of doubts, fears, hopes, and wishes.
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How to use farrago in a sentence
For stars, though, the fall of the comedy auteur means that the margin of error between a hit and a farrago is razor thin.The Trials of ‘Tammy’: Stop Policing Melissa McCarthy’s Body | Teo Bugbee | July 7, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Is it all being filtered before we get to witness this farrago in action?Malaysia’s Sinister Timeline for Flight 370 Unravels | Clive Irving | March 18, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Italian election was a farrago of farce and consequence that reaches far beyond the Alps and the Apennines.The United States Can’t Insulate Itself From Euro Politics | Robert Shrum | February 28, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
I believe now that Professor farrago perfectly interpreted my thoughts, but he betrayed neither resentment nor impatience.
I retired, disgusted, my faith shaken in the mental vigor of Professor farrago.
It was even said she had a chance of succeeding Professor farrago as president, but that, of course, must have been a joke.
Professor farrago was absent, but I took it upon myself to send back word that I feared the tigers might injure her.
But Professor farrago refused to resign unless your position was assured, subject, of course, to your good behavior.
British Dictionary definitions for farrago
- farraginous (fəˈrædʒɪnəs), adjective
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