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An unorganised group of items, each without related characteristics.
His lawn was a hodge podge of various kinds of grasses.
by ajhfwewu October 06, 2006
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1. a muddled-together bunch of stuff

2. a dialectical concept in Discordianism that posits that the tendency for restriction and control in society is matched proportionately by a counter-resulting tendency for chaos and randomness, and vice-versa
1. When Jaydon's father told him to clean out the attic, he couldn't believe the hodge-podge of old crap up there.

2. 'Flapper' culture of the 1920s can be considered an example of Discordian hodge-podge.

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A confused or disorderly mass mixture or collection of things; a "mess" or a "jumble".
"Mothers' jumbo is a hodge podge of ingredients."

"Clean up this hodge podge of a room!"
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A slang term describing an innumerable variety of STDs found within a person after a large amount of sexual promiscuity.
I know you think she's fine and you want to tap that, but I wouldn't. She's an easy button to contract a serious case of the hodge podge.
by Pat Doe April 22, 2011
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Two of the many words rathbone uses to describe the East Providence Marching Band when they finally sit with their section at a football game in the stands.
"For once you all didn't look like a hodge podge of musicians!"
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