Monday, 7 March 2016



1. to mingle (objects, papers, etc.) in a state of disorder
2. (trans.; usually passive) to remember in a confused form; muddle
3. a disordered mass, state, etc.
4. (British) articles donated for a jumble sale
5. Also called: jumbal . a small thin cake, usually ring-shaped

At the back of it all
In the jumble of relicts

A shocked lion scared of mice

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