What is another word for Olio?

Pronunciation: [ˈə͡ʊlɪˌə͡ʊ] (IPA)

The word "olio" is defined as a mixture or hodgepodge of various things, often of different types or origins. There are several synonyms for "olio" that can be used to convey this idea, such as mishmash, medley, potpourri, amalgamation, jumble, and mixture. These words can all be used to describe a collection of various elements without a clear or specific theme or organization. Other options include smorgasbord, sampler, buffet, and platter, which are often used to describe a variety of food items served together. No matter which synonym is used, they all convey the sense of a diverse and eclectic combination of things.

Synonyms for Olio:

What are the hypernyms for Olio?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Olio

There is surely an hilarious informality about these media-nochi that attaches to no antecedent feast; the freedom of a picnic, without its manifold inconveniences: as the witching hour draws nearer, the "brightest eyes that ever have shone" glitter yet more gloriously, till in their nearer and dearer splendor a Chaldean would forget the stars; and the "sweetest lips that ever were kissed" sip the creaming Verzenay, or savor the delicate "Olio," with a keener honesty of zest.
"Border and Bastille"
George A. Lawrence
Behind the tormentors is a curtain called the "Olio," which fulfills the triple purpose of hiding the rest of the stage, serving as scenery for acts in One and often as a curtain to raise and lower on acts playing in the space back of One.
"Writing for Vaudeville"
Brett Page
The space between these wings and the line of the Olio is called "Two."
"Writing for Vaudeville"
Brett Page

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