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 jumbled
You can thank Congress and President Obama for this bit of jumbled logic.
Though his words at times may have been jumbled, the eloquence of his heart spoke.
All that remained visible now was the jumbled mass of needle-pointed sparks of luminosity.
It was impossible for the listener to follow all his wild incoherent talk, it was all so mixed up and jumbled.The Master of the Shell|Talbot Baines Reed
Confessedly our account of the newer Palolithic is a jumbled account.The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind|Herbert George Wells
With few exceptions all dens seen were among the boulders of moraines or the jumbled rocks of slides.Watched by Wild Animals|Enos A. Mills
Feathers were flying about, and fragments of half-consumed furniture were jumbled up with smashed tea-chests and broken scales.