[om-nuh-sham-buh lz] /ˈɒm nəˌʃæm bəlz/
noun, plural omnishambles. (used with a singular verb)
Chiefly British Informal. a situation, especially in politics, in which poor judgment results in disorder or chaos with potentially disastrous consequences.
Statistical analysis and desk calculator. Version: OMNITAB II. [“OMNITAB II User’s Reference Manual”, NBS Tech Note 552 (Oct 1971). Sammet 1969, pp. 296-299].
[om-nee-uh m-gath -er-uh m] /ˌɒm ni əmˈgæð ər əm/ noun, plural omnium-gatherums. 1. a miscellaneous collection. /ˈɒmnɪəmˈɡæðərəm/ noun 1. (often facetious) a miscellaneous collection; assortment
[om-nuh-vawr, -vohr] /ˈɒm nəˌvɔr, -ˌvoʊr/ noun 1. someone or something that is . 2. an animal. /ˈɒmnɪˌvɔː/ noun 1. an omnivorous person or animal n. 1890, formed from omni- on model of carnivore (see omnivorous). omnivore om·ni·vore (ŏm’nə-vôr’) n. An omnivorous person or animal. omnivore (ŏm’nə-vôr’) An organism that eats both plants and animals. omnivorous […]
[om-niv-er-uh s] /ɒmˈnɪv ər əs/ adjective 1. eating both animal and plant foods. 2. eating all kinds of foods indiscriminately. 3. taking in everything, as with the mind: an omnivorous reader. /ɒmˈnɪvərəs/ adjective 1. eating food of both animal and vegetable origin, or any type of food indiscriminately 2. taking in or assimilating everything, esp […]