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Spell check of potpourri

Correct spelling: potpourri

Common misspellings*:

  • potpouri (40%)
  • poupori (20%)
  • potporri (20%)
  • potporii (20%)

Synonyms:
jambalaya, merger, assortment, salad, diverseness, alloy, gumbo, mix, concoction, patchwork quilt, stew, paste, composition, multifariousness, florilegium, gallimaufry, collect, compartmentalization, kind, medley, jungle, categorisation, brew, grab bag, hybrid, mash, macédoine, collage, patchwork, commixture, compound, mélange, salmagundi, categorization, form, amalgamate, sort, variety show, motley, decoction, meld, agglomeration, crazy quilt, compartmentalisation, conglomeration, blending, scramble, amalgam, farrago, diversity, miscellany, admixture, welter, miscellanea, tumble, mixing, ragbag, change, hotchpotch, variety, infusion, mixture, botch, olla podrida, garland, pastiche, hodgepodge, alphabet soup, muddle, intermixture, ragout, classification, shuffle, jumble, elixir, combination, mishmash, mixed bag, composite, menagerie, omnium-gatherum, olio, hash, smorgasbord, agglomerate, rummage, blend, montage, mongrel, litter, clutter, emulsion.

Examples of usage:

1) If my poor talents enable me to respond in any degree to so much that is flattering, I venture, dear madam, to offer you a little musical potpourri. - "Haydn", J. Cuthbert Hadden.

2) It's the smell of old oak, and potpourri, and books and chintz, and autumn leaves and pine trees, mixed together. - "Lady-Betty-Across-the-Water", Lowell, Orson.

3) The few panels that he drew for the Gobelins charm the eye with happy reminiscences of Lebrun, of Claude Audran, a potpourri of petals fallen from the roses of yesterday mixed with the spices of to- day. - "The Tapestry Book", Helen Churchill Candee.

* Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,231,521 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

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