Hodge-podge or Hodgepodge may refer to:

* Hodge-Podge (character), a fictitious character from the comic strip "Bloom County"
* Hodge-Podge (soup), a mutton soup
* "Hodgepodge", a Neal Morse album

ee also

* Hotch-pot

"Hodge-podge"--a bunch of left-overs thrown together for a meal.

A group of often dissimilar objects brought together with no apparent order. A jumble.

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  • Hodge Podge — / häj ˌpäj/ n: main pot Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • hodge-podge — [ˈhɔdʒ pɔdʒ US ˈha:dʒ pa:dʒ] n [singular] AmE informal a lot of things mixed up together in no order = ↑jumble British Equivalent: hotch potch …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • hodge-podge — see HODGEPODGE (Cf. hodgepodge) …   Etymology dictionary

  • hodge|podge — «HOJ POJ», noun. 1. a disorderly mixture; mess; jumble: »Her room was a hodgepodge of things strewn all over the floor. The result has been a hodgepodge of misinformation (Bulletin of Atomic Scientists). So now they have made our English tongue… …   Useful english dictionary

  • hodge-podge — see hodgepodge …   English dictionary

  • hodge-podge — n. Medley, farrago, jumble, mixture, miscellany, salmagundi, hotch potch, gallimaufry, olio, olla podrida …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • hodge-podge — noun (singular) the American form of the word hotchpotch …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • hodge-podge — Same as hotchpot …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • hodge·podge — /ˈhɑːʤˌpɑːʤ/ noun [singular] chiefly US : a mixture of different things a hodgepodge of styles called also (Brit) hotchpotch …   Useful english dictionary

  • hodge-podge — …   Useful english dictionary

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