W.O.T.D. – Farrago


WORD OF THE DAY
Farrago
fə-RAH-goPart of speech: 
noun
Origin: Latin, mid 17th century
1A confused mixture.
 
Examples of Farrago in a sentence “Stephanie’s junk drawer was a farrago of tools, bills, and forgotten office supplies.” “The movie was a farrago of pop culture and classic Hollywood references.”