Jumble sentence example

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  • He followed her up a jumble of rocks to the top of the ridge.

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  • He took her hand and led her across the camp, heading for a jumble of rocks.

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  • She hurried after him, glancing nervously at the jumble of rocks and trees.

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  • She stared at the door, a confused jumble of emotions burning her eyes.

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  • The main point of this theory is that, if it were true, we should be for ever confined to a jumble of ideas.

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  • But they were merely a meaningless jumble of letters.

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  • The jumble games give you a word to unscramble.

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  • Houses and cottages cuddle together in a fascinating higgledy piggledy jumble of different periods.

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  • It is a wonderful jumble of trees, plants and vegetables and includes a pond filled with tilapia fish.

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  • If your supplies are in a jumble, you might be in need of an organization system like a 12x12 3-ring binder for scrapbooking.

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  • How about organizing a fundraising jumble sale or coffee morning?

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  • A jumble of puzzle pieces was haphazardly thrown on the ground.

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  • In some of these offerings, you will be given the task of finding words hidden amongst a jumble of letters.

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  • Amorphous silicon, a solid in which atoms are arranged in a non- periodic jumble, rivals crystalline silicon for photovoltaic applications.

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  • At PlayKidsGames there is a wide range of alphabet games, most of which involve putting a jumble of letters in alphabetical order with the help of moles you whack, bees that stock their hive, or snowflakes to catch.

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  • All this diversity in size and type of plants should produce what will appear to the layman as a chaotic jumble.

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  • They're called codes because they're often a jumble of letters and numbers resembling a strange code.

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  • There are various word games, like Jumble and Crosswords, that you can play.

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  • Teens today want to communicate quickly, so they have created acronyms for most commonly used words, making computer and cell phone screens look like a jumble of letters to any bystanders that are not "in the know."

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  • The route follows the lateral moraine of the Khumbu glacier, picking its way through a jumble of rock.

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  • The office looked like a haphazard jumble of cubicles and machines.

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  • The result might be a jumble of names, each one vying for attention and making the decision even harder.

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  • This jumble of materials is sorted and passed on to a series of companies who process and recycle the materials back into their original form where they can be reused in manufacturing.

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  • We've sorted through the jumble to select a few reliable retailers who offer reasonable selections of V strings.

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  • Breeds Jumble has kids solving a jumble puzzle to determine their horse's breed.

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  • Consider adding a jumble of wild roses with sharp thorns for a rocker look that is eternally cool.

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  • You only need to come up with a few lines; they can be rhyming lines, they can be blank verse or some jumble in between.

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  • Could you please let Rita Hutchinson have any bric-a-brac (not jumble) for the stall.

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  • Netster.com makes it fast and easy to find jumble puzzle Looking for jumble puzzle Looking for jumble puzzle in the UK?

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  • A pack of 5 bushes was a quid at last year's Beaulieu auto jumble.

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  • Ther is also a For Sale and Wanted section offering you a free to use online boat jumble.

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  • Not wanting to jumble their new stripped-down sound, Reno Divorce have opted to remain a 3-piece for the foreseeable future.

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  • A sunken bowl filled with a confusing jumble of ruins of what used to be the town market.

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  • A hundred yards ahead of them the infrequently used Jeep road became impassable in a washed-out jumble of stone.

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