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A group of people, usually soldiers or sailors, who regularly eat meals together.
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  1. A group of people, usually soldiers or sailors, who regularly eat meals together.
  2. Something that is disorderly or dirty, as a accumulation or heap:
  3. A disorderly or confused collection or mass of things; jumble; hodgepodge
A number of things scattered in disorder; jumble
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  1. A number of things scattered in disorder; jumble
  2. A confused noise; a clatter.
  3. A confused disordered jumble of things.
A mixture of dissimilar ingredients; a jumble.
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  1. A mixture of dissimilar ingredients; a jumble.
  2. A kind of stew
  3. Any jumbled mixture; mess
To cause to be unable to think with clarity or act with intelligence or understanding; bewilder or perplex.
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  1. To cause to be unable to think with clarity or act with intelligence or understanding; bewilder or perplex.
  2. (--- Archaic) To cause to feel embarrassment.
  3. To mix up; jumble together; put into disorder
To throw into confusion or disarray.
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  1. To throw into confusion or disarray.
  2. To disturb the normal physical or mental health of; derange.
  3. To throw into disorder; disarrange
  1. To damage; injure.
  2. To botch, bungle; to perform poorly on.
  3. To cause (another person) to make unwanted mistakes in a given task, usually through distraction or obnoxious behavior.
To confuse or befuddle (a person or the mind, for example).
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  1. To confuse or befuddle (a person or the mind, for example).
  2. To mix (a drink or the ingredients of a drink), especially with a muddler.
  3. To put into a state of confusion; confuse:
To cause (aircraft) to take off as fast as possible, as to intercept enemy aircraft.
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  1. To cause (aircraft) to take off as fast as possible, as to intercept enemy aircraft.
  2. To run forward with the ball when unable to complete an intended pass play. Used of a quarterback.
  3. (Football) To maneuver about in the backfield while seeking an open receiver to whom to pass the ball; also, to run with the ball if unable to find a receiver
To utter or give vent to with a snarl
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  1. To utter or give vent to with a snarl
  2. To speak harshly and sharply, as in anger, impatience, etc.
  3. To become tangled or confused.
To make confused or chaotic.
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  1. To make confused or chaotic.
  2. To throw into confusion
To cause to be psychotic or otherwise severely mentally unsound.
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  1. To cause to be psychotic or otherwise severely mentally unsound.
  2. To upset (normal condition or functioning, as of a bodily organ).
  3. To upset the arrangement, order, or operation of; unsettle; disorder
To upset the proper arrangement or order of.
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  1. To upset the proper arrangement or order of.
  2. To undo the order or arrangement of; make less neat; disorder
  3. To undo the arrangement of; to disorder; to derange.
To take off the dress of; to unrobe.
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  1. To take off the dress of; to unrobe.
  2. To throw into confusion; upset.
  3. To throw into disorder or confusion; upset
To throw into confusion or disarray.
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  1. To throw into confusion or disarray.
  2. To disturb the normal physical or mental health of; derange.
  3. To throw into disorder; disarrange
To destroy the organization, systematic arrangement, or unity of.
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  1. To destroy the organization, systematic arrangement, or unity of.
  2. To make less organized; to reduce to chaos.
  3. To disrupt or break up the order, arrangement, or system of; throw into confusion or disorder
To disturb or interrupt the orderly course of (a social affair, meeting, etc.)
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  1. To disturb or interrupt the orderly course of (a social affair, meeting, etc.)
  2. To break apart or alter so as to prevent normal or expected functioning:
  3. To throw into confusion or disorder:
To intrude on; inconvenience:
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  1. To intrude on; inconvenience:
  2. To break up the quiet or serenity of; agitate (what is quiet or still)
  3. To interfere with; interrupt:
  1. To damage; injure.
  2. To cause (another person) to make unwanted mistakes in a given task, usually through distraction or obnoxious behavior.
  3. To botch, bungle; to perform poorly on.
(Idiomatic) To prepare something from ingredients that are mixed.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To prepare something from ingredients that are mixed.
  2. (Intransitive, idiomatic) Combine thoroughly.
  3. (Intransitive, usually passive, with with, often with be or get) To become involved with, especially socially or romantically.
To confuse or befuddle (a person or the mind, for example).
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  1. To confuse or befuddle (a person or the mind, for example).
  2. To put into a state of confusion; confuse:
  3. To act or think in a confused way
To cause to fall or collapse; bring down:
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  1. To cause to fall or collapse; bring down:
  2. To put into disorder by or as by tossing here and there; disarrange
  3. To spill, roll out, or emerge in confusion or disorder:
To become unsettled
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  1. To become unsettled
  2. To change from a settled condition; disrupt:
  3. To bring into disorder or disarray
To become overturned or upset
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  1. To become overturned or upset
  2. To cause (the stomach) to feel ill.
  3. To cause to overturn; knock or tip over:
To move or climb hurriedly, especially on the hands and knees.
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  1. To move or climb hurriedly, especially on the hands and knees.
  2. To order or get (military aircraft) into the air quickly
  3. (Football) To run around with the ball behind the line of scrimmage in order to avoid being tackled while searching for an open receiver.
To change; modify the order of something.
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  1. To change; modify the order of something.
  2. To put in a random order.
  3. To move with short sliding steps, without or barely lifting the feet:
To flow in rough waves or become choppy, as water.
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  1. To flow in rough waves or become choppy, as water.
  2. To leaf rapidly through (a book, etc.), as by letting the edges or corners of the pages slip lightly across the thumb
  3. (Games) To shuffle (playing cards) by holding part of a deck in each hand and raising up the edges before releasing them to fall alternately in one stack.
(Provincial, Northern England) To earn, earn by labor; earn money or one's living. — Forby.
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  1. (Provincial, Northern England) To earn, earn by labor; earn money or one's living. — Forby.
  2. To become rotten, as an egg.
  3. To cause (someone) to think unclearly; confuse:
To perplex or confuse (someone)
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  1. To perplex or confuse (someone)
  2. To stupefy someone, especially with alcohol
  3. To cause (someone) to be unable to think clearly; confuse:
(Archaic) To cause to be lost, as in a wilderness
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  1. (Archaic) To cause to be lost, as in a wilderness
  2. To confuse, puzzle or befuddle someone, especially with many different things.
  3. To confuse hopelessly, as by something complicated or involved; befuddle; puzzle
To fail to distinguish; mix up:
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  1. To fail to distinguish; mix up:
  2. To make (something bad) worse:
  3. To cause to become confused or perplexed.
To mix up; jumble together; put into disorder
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  1. To mix up; jumble together; put into disorder
  2. (--- Archaic) To cause to feel embarrassment.
  3. To cause to be unable to think with clarity or act with intelligence or understanding; bewilder or perplex.
(Informal) To upset the composure of; disconcert
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  1. (Informal) To upset the composure of; disconcert
  2. (Humorous) To throw into a state of confusion; to befuddle or perplex.
To make dizzy, to bewilder.
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  1. To make dizzy, to bewilder.
  2. To cause to have a whirling sensation.
  3. To confuse or bewilder.
To make drunk; intoxicate.
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  1. To make drunk; intoxicate.
  2. (Rare) To drink heavily; tipple
  3. To put into a state of confusion.
(Intransitive, idiomatic) Combine thoroughly.
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  1. (Intransitive, idiomatic) Combine thoroughly.
  2. (Idiomatic) To prepare something from ingredients that are mixed.
  3. (Intransitive, usually passive, with with, often with be or get) To become involved with, especially socially or romantically.
To mix (a drink or the ingredients of a drink), especially with a muddler.
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  1. To mix (a drink or the ingredients of a drink), especially with a muddler.
  2. To put into a state of confusion; confuse:
  3. To act or think in a confused way
To confuse or bewilder.
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  1. To confuse or bewilder.
  2. To bewilder deliberately; play on the credulity of; hoax
  3. To puzzle or perplex
To make (a person) uncertain, doubtful, or hesitant; confuse; puzzle
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  1. To make (a person) uncertain, doubtful, or hesitant; confuse; puzzle
  2. To confuse or trouble with uncertainty or doubt.
To baffle or confuse mentally by presenting or being a difficult problem or matter.
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  1. To baffle or confuse mentally by presenting or being a difficult problem or matter.
  2. To ponder over a problem in an effort to solve or understand it.
  3. To clarify or solve (something confusing) by reasoning or study:
To propel or discharge into the air by any means:
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  1. To propel or discharge into the air by any means:
  2. To form on a potter's wheel:
  3. To put on or off hastily or carelessly:
An assorting or being assorted; classification
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  1. An assorting or being assorted; classification
  2. A collection of varying but related items.
  3. An assorted, or miscellaneous, group or collection; variety
An instance of conglomerating, a coming together of separate parts.
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  1. An instance of conglomerating, a coming together of separate parts.
  2. A collection, mixture, or mass of miscellaneous things
  3. That which consists of many previously separate parts.
(Figuratively) Any absurd medley.
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  1. (Figuratively) Any absurd medley.
  2. (Archaic) A hash made of meat scraps
  3. (Dated) A hash of various kinds of meats, a ragout.
A kind of stew
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  1. A kind of stew
  2. Any jumbled mixture; mess
  3. A mixture of dissimilar ingredients; a jumble.
A mixture of things not usually placed together; heterogeneous collection; hodgepodge
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  1. A mixture of things not usually placed together; heterogeneous collection; hodgepodge
  2. (Music) An arrangement made from a series of melodies, often from various sources.
  3. An often jumbled assortment; a mixture:
Such a collection of writings, as in a book
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  1. Such a collection of writings, as in a book
  2. A collection of various items, parts, or ingredients, especially one composed of diverse literary works.
  3. A publication containing various literary works.
A hodgepodge; jumble
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  1. A hodgepodge; jumble
  2. A collection containing a variety of miscellaneous things
By extension, a group of entities with few characteristics in common; an assortment.
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  1. By extension, a group of entities with few characteristics in common; an assortment.
  2. (Idiomatic) something tending to have both good and bad results or characteristics; something having a mixture of advantages and disadvantages
  3. A collection of dissimilar things; an assortment.
A combination of ingredients used in cooking or baking.
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  1. A combination of ingredients used in cooking or baking.
  2. A combination of ingredients, kinds, etc.
  3. A yarn or fabric made of two or more different fibers, often of different colors
Vaudeville or musical entertainment presented between the acts of a burlesque or minstrel show.
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  1. Vaudeville or musical entertainment presented between the acts of a burlesque or minstrel show.
  2. A collection, or miscellany, as of musical numbers
  3. A collection of various artistic or literary works or musical pieces; a miscellany.
Needlework consisting of varicolored patches of material sewn together, as in a quilt.
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  1. Needlework consisting of varicolored patches of material sewn together, as in a quilt.
  2. Something made of miscellaneous or incongruous parts or elements.
  3. A work, such as a blanket, composed of many different colors and shapes, sewn together to make an interesting whole.
A combination of incongruous things:
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  1. A combination of incongruous things:
  2. A mixture of dried flower petals and spices used to scent the air.
  3. A mixture of dried flower petals with spices, kept as in a jar for its fragrance
A salad of chopped meat, anchovies, eggs, and onions, often arranged in rows on lettuce and served with vinegar and oil.
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  1. A salad of chopped meat, anchovies, eggs, and onions, often arranged in rows on lettuce and served with vinegar and oil.
  2. Hence, any mixture of various ingredients; an olio or medley; a potpourri; a miscellany.
  3. A mixture or assortment; a potpourri.
The quality or condition of being various or varied; diversity:
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  1. The quality or condition of being various or varied; diversity:
  2. A number or collection of varied things, especially of a particular group; an assortment:
  3. A variety show.
Alternative spelling of grab bag.
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  1. Alternative spelling of grab bag.
  2. A gift, purchase, etc. whose contents are concealed until after a selection is made
  3. Something like this in having a variety of things
(Math.) A pattern or state of order existing within apparent disorder, as in the irregularities of a coastline or a snowflake
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  1. (Math.) A pattern or state of order existing within apparent disorder, as in the irregularities of a coastline or a snowflake
  2. The disorder of formless matter and infinite space, supposed to have existed before the ordered universe
  3. Extreme confusion or disorder
  1. A confused disordered jumble of things.
  2. A confused noise; a clatter.
  3. A number of things scattered in disorder; jumble
The state or quality of being confused
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  1. The state or quality of being confused
State of disorder
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  1. State of disorder
  2. A confusing or being confused
  3. The act of confusing or the state of being confused:
The property of being deranged.
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  1. The property of being deranged.
  2. An act or instance of deranging.
  3. (Mathematics) A permutation of a set such that no element is in its previous position.
Upset of the normal order.
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A state of disorder; confusion.
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  1. A state of disorder; confusion.
  2. Want of array or regular order; disorder; confusion.
  3. An untidy condition; disorder; confusion
A lack of order or regular arrangement; confusion.
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  1. A lack of order or regular arrangement; confusion.
  2. An ailment that affects the function of mind or body:
  3. A condition characterized by lack of normal functioning of physical or mental processes:
The quality of being disordered.
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The state or quality of being disorderly.
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  1. The state or quality of being disorderly.
The act of disorganizing; destruction of system.
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  1. The act of disorganizing; destruction of system.
  2. The state of being disorganized; as, the disorganization of the body, or of government.
A group of people, usually soldiers or sailors, who regularly eat meals together.
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  1. A group of people, usually soldiers or sailors, who regularly eat meals together.
  2. One that is in such a condition:
  3. A confused, troubling, or embarrassing condition or situation:
  1. A mix, blend, or variety.
  2. A case of confusion.
  3. A condition or instance of confusion; tangle
A state of mental confusion.
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  1. A state of mental confusion.
  2. Mental confusion
  3. A confused or disordered condition; mess, jumble, etc.
  1. A disorderly mess
  2. A state of disorder; a mess.
  3. (Informal) A mess; disorder
A disorderly struggle or rush, as for something prized
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  1. A disorderly struggle or rush, as for something prized
  2. An arduous hike or climb over rough terrain.
  3. A hard, hurried climb or advance, as over rough, difficult ground
An act of tumbling; a fall.
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  1. An act of tumbling; a fall.
  2. A confused heap
  3. Disorder; confusion
A mix-up, mishap, mistake, etc.
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  1. A mix-up, mishap, mistake, etc.
  2. A chaotic or confused situation.
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