One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
sestet, sestina, senarius, sixain
‘he was at sixes and sevens about how to describe what was going on in education’
chaotic, disorganized, disordered, disorderly, untidy, messy, jumbled, muddled, confused, unsystematic, irregular, cluttered, littered
out of order, out of place, in disarray, in a mess, in a jumble, in a muddle, upside-down, higgledy-piggledy, haywire, haphazard
all over the place, like a bomb's hit it
shambolic, all over the shop
all over the map, all over the lot
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