فوضى, اضطراب, كتلة مختلطة, خليط مشوشاصطخب, تقلب, تمرغ, انغمس, تلاطم, ترنح
Noun(1) a confused multitude of things
Verb(1) toss, roll, or rise and fall in an uncontrolled way(2) roll around(3) be immersed in
(1) By organizing the book topically, Beaufort gives useful shape to the welter of details, in the aid of a larger argument.(2) But his police career ended in a welter of accusations that in order to obtain results, he hadn't just bent the rules, he'd twisted them out of shape.(3) We have a welter of Grammy-related posts leading up to the biggest night of the year for the music industry.(4) the streams foam and welter(5) McGirt, 38, who held world titles in the junior welter and welterweight divisions, was an infinitely clever boxer with a truly impressive work ethic.(6) there's such a welter of conflicting rules(7) But just might add that there has been a welter of confusing and contradictory information coming out of various parts of the leadership.(8) As in Four Nudes, women welter together in the heat and the unslaked thirst of their sterile frenzy.(9) In that welter the rights of the small man and the potential of the Erris region can be lost so easily.(10) Outside the pro ranks, there are compelling cases to be made for Oleg Saitov, the Russian welter , or Mario Kindelan, the Cuban lightweight.(11) the attack petered out in a welter of bloody, confused fighting(12) He started slowly against Sullivan, who holds New Zealand national titles at both welter and light-middleweight.(13) although welter John Green fights only once, his brother Andy, a lightweight, faces two fights(14) If you win, will you move up to 154 pounds or continue defending your welter titles?(15) The pivotal moments that will eventually adorn tomorrow's history books are often hidden in the welter of noise generated by the media.(16) Yet, despite all of that, it is strange that in the welter of accusations levelled at them no member came on radio or television to make their case.
1. confusion ::
2. jumble ::
3. tangle ::
4. mess ::
5. hodgepodge ::
6. mishmash ::
7. mass ::
8. rat's nest ::
وكر الجرذان، وكر الفئران
9. wallow ::
Different Formswelter, weltered, weltering, welters
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