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far·ra·go fəˈrägō,-ˈrā-/ noun 1. a confused mixture. "a farrago of fact and myth" synonyms: hodgepodge, mishmash, ragbag, potpourri, jumble, mess, confusion, mélange, gallimaufry, hash, assortment, miscellany, mixture, conglomeration, medley.

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