Word of the week

Gallimaufry: noun ( pl. -fries)
a confused jumble or medley of things.
• a dish made from diced or minced meat, esp. a hash or ragout.
ORIGIN mid 16th cent.: from archaic French galimafrée ‘unappetizing dish,’ perhaps from Old French galer ‘have fun’ + Picard mafrer ‘eat copious quantities.’

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