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jumbled Sentence Examples

  • She twisted her head to see the jumbled outlines of the small army of vamps running toward them from the direction of the burning mountain.

  • His eyes were soft in the candlelight as he surveyed her jumbled mass of curls.

  • This is a thoroughly good example of the savage myths (as in Peru, according to Acosta) by which beasts and anthropomorphic gods and stars are all jumbled together.'

  • She twisted her head to see the jumbled outlines of the small army of vamps running toward them from the direction of the burning mountain.

  • His eyes were soft in the candlelight as he surveyed her jumbled mass of curls.

  • contagion research has produced an eclectic, largely confused and jumbled body of evidence that lacks any comprehensive organizing principle or conceptual framework.

  • jumbled mess, filled with unhelpful pictures.

  • jumbled thoughts.

  • jumbled dadaist mass of Letraset letters!

  • jumbled letters!

  • jumbled together with no categorization.

  • jumbled up together in the sediment.

  • Sam only failed to find the back of the net due to a jumbled mess with a defender and the St Ives keeper.

  • Eggeling, in Sacred Books of the East) respectively - arranged systematically in accordance with the ritual divisions, the older school on the other hand present their materials in a hopelessly jumbled form; for not only is each type of sacrifice not dealt with continuously and in orderly fashion, but short textual sections of mantras are constantly followed immediately by their dogmatic exegesis; the term brahmana thus applying in their case only to these detached comments and not to the connected series of them.

  • This is a thoroughly good example of the savage myths (as in Peru, according to Acosta) by which beasts and anthropomorphic gods and stars are all jumbled together.'

  • Even if your costume is created from second hand threads or from a few pieces of clothing found jumbled in your closet, you can create a head-turning ensemble by focusing and investing in the finishing touches.

  • Be sure your resume is formatted properly, as it can easily get jumbled and lost in cyberspace.

  • Yes, these racks are often jumbled and disorganized, so shop when you have enough time to weed through all the garments.

  • Jumbled lists of scholarships with long-past deadlines don't inspire much confidence in the overall quality of a site.

  • Anyone who has sifted through a jumbled pile of mismatched earring will tell you that organization is a key part of owning jewelry.

  • Many videos, particularly amateur films, are poor quality with low resolution, unstable camera positioning, and jumbled sound that can detract from the excitement of the ride.

  • Click on the jumbled letters and try to make as many words as you can in the time given.

  • All of them play exactly the same way: You are presented with a jumbled set of six letters, and you are to form as many words as you can, using only those six characters (and you cannot use the same letter twice).

  • All those numbers tend to get jumbled when you are mostly relying on your memory.

  • The players compete against one another in feats of trivia about the show as well as jumbled words and nickname challenges.

  • If you want to apply gemstones to your ring, it's best to keep the shape as close to your black pearl as possible to avoid a jumbled, unflattering appearance.

  • D and B lettering: Featured in the popular It collection, the DB monogram or jumbled Dooney and Bourke lettering is featured on many styles.

  • A jumbled assortment of coins, cards, currency, makeup, snacks and other regular essentials, even in small quantities, can easily translate into a messy bag.

  • Creating two sets of alphabet cards gives you the material for a room-sized memory matching game or for a race between groups to try and put the jumbled letters into alphabetical order.

  • They'll be a jumbled mess and you won't be able to find a thing.No matter how you plan out your shoe storage, try to store them in a warm, dry place as opposed to a cold or wet one.

  • Too many fonts make the information appear jumbled.

  • Finally, check out the Misheard Lyrics video on YouTube for hilariously funny jumbled lyrics for Yellow Ledbetter.

  • Mystery has its own shelves, horror has its own shelves, romance, humor, travel, computers - all get their own shelvage but science fiction and fantasy are always jumbled up together as 'sci-fi/fantasy'.

  • While Myspace has designed its basic blue and white layout to be friendly for any user, those unfamiliar with standard HTML codes may find themselves easily lost on the site, and end up with a cluttered and jumbled looking page.

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