Farrago: Word of the Day

Farrago, n.

A confused mixture; hodgepodge; medley: a farrago of doubts, fears, hopes, and wishes.

When it comes to modern publishing, one is adrift, in a farrago of fact and myth.

How will you use farrago in a sentence today?

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2 responses to “Farrago: Word of the Day

  1. Contemplate a farrago of murgles. . . .

  2. We had it all
    Just like Bogie and Bacall
    Starring in our old late, late show
    Sailing away to Key Farrago

    Here’s lookin’ at you kid
    Missing all the things we did
    We can find it once again, I know
    Just like they did in Key Farrago

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