gal·li·mau·fry | \ ˌga-lə-ˈmȯ-frē\
// a gallimaufry of opinions
Examples of gallimaufry in a Sentence
// the collection is a gallimaufry of poems, essays, and short stories that have no apparent unifying theme
History and Etymology for gallimaufry
borrowed from Middle French galimafree "stew made with various meats," earlier calimafree "kind of sauce," perhaps blend of galer "to squander in pleasures, have a good time" and Middle French dialect (Picard) mafrer "to gorge oneself," borrowed from Middle Dutch moffelen, maffelen "to work the jaws," of imitative origin
“Gallimaufry.” The Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gallimaufry.
The Gallimaufry collective is not unified by a theme, genre, or style. We write and publish without these boundaries in order to produce a medley of various perspectives and voices, whether harmonious or cacophonous.