Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Mishmash"

The meaning of "Mishmash" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does mishmash mean?
A: It means a mix of two or more things.

Example sentences using "Mishmash"

Q: Please show me example sentences with mishmash.
A: The festival was a mishmash of food, music and games.

The CD had a mishmash of different types of songs.

Basically "mishmash" is an adjective used when there are a lot of different things that don't go together in one place.
Q: Please show me example sentences with mishmash .
A: The movie was just a mishmash of other filmmakers ideas

Her outfit was a mishmash of random styles, but it worked

Other questions about "Mishmash"

Q: In short it's a logically incoherent mishmash that seems to rumble along despite it's evident inconsistencies and flaws.
In this sentence, I presume that either "logically incoherent" or "despite its evident inconsistencies and flaws" should be omitted since they are meaning the same. I say that one of them is redundant. What would you say?
A: This is a good question. They are similar in meaning, however their role within the sentence is different. We can divide the sentence into two parts:

>"In short it's a logically incoherent mishmash"
Here, "logically incoherent mishmash" is defining the state of being

>"seems to rumble along despite it's evident inconsistencies and flaws"
Here, "evident inconsistencies and flaws" is used to provide contrast to "rumble along". It manages to keep going even though it has problems.

While you can omit one part and still retain the same meaning, it doesn't have the same feeling
Q: "I've yet to see a more peculiar mishmash of rock, soul, blues and bubblegum pop on one concert disc."
Does the sentence mean "This is the most peculiar mishmash of rock, soul, blues and bubblegum pop on one concert disc that I've ever seen."?
A: Yes. I have yet to ___ is just another way of saying I still have not ___ or I have not ___ yet. But it is basically just saying that it is the most peculiar...... that he’s ever come across.

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