verb (used with object), jum·bled, jum·bling.
verb (used without object), jum·bled, jum·bling.
Origin of jumble
SYNONYMS FOR jumble
Related formsjum·ble·ment, nounjum·bler, nounjum·bling·ly, adverbun·jum·bled, adjective
Examples from the Web for jumble
A jumble of split screen video, audio snippets, on-site reporting, and commentary cut-aways followed.Up To a Point: Binge Watching Putin's Propaganda Network|P. J. O’Rourke|September 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He poured heaps of them onto a bed and set about sorting the jumble of tiny vehicles.
They just might get it—a jumble not just of selling points but complementary liabilities.
The result is a jumble of unrelated storylines that lack cohesion and a strong throughline.‘True Blood’ Season 5: Has HBO’s Vampire Drama Lost Its Bite?|Jace Lacob|June 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Mark McKinnon and George Caudill on the jumble that's likely to come after the caucuses.Republican Presidential Primaries: Iowa No GOP Crystal Ball|Mark McKinnon, George Caudill|December 17, 2011|DAILY BEAST
And with a cry she flung herself into 211 the jumble of bright garments on her bed, and wept as if her heart would break.Cloudy Jewel|Grace Livingston Hill
The upper half of the vessel was still intact, the lower half a jumble of sharply-cut fragments.Spacehounds of IPC|Edward Elmer Smith
And you will also see that above this jumble the streets and avenues extend through the island in a regular and uniform way.The Story of Manhattan|Charles Hemstreet
The cliff overlooked the sea, and below it was a jumble of rocks with which the waves played hide and seek.The Red Cross Girl|Richard Harding Davis
Of all these men and the rushing world of power they lived in, I have only a jumble of memories now.The Harbor|Ernest Poole