Synonyms for Medley:


andante, concerto, chorus, bass, air, cantata, melee, chant, arrangement, adagio, mingling, allegro. combo, music. breaststroke, grab bag, belly flop, bathing, Olio, patchwork, backstroke, Gallimaufry, the butterfly, bathe, mishmash, cannonball, crawl, jumble, collect, decompression. assortment (noun)
combination, group.
collection (noun)
bloc, band, complement, body, coalition, corps, college, league, assemblage, union, partnership, omnium-gatherum, salad, society, assembly, formation, collection, group, bunch, set, council, federation, assortment.
communication (noun)
pastiche, potpourri.
composite (noun)
commixture, conglomerate, intermixture, blend.
compound (noun)
admixture, alloy.
half-breed (noun)
medley (noun)
combo, collection, assortment, conglomeration, melee, mixture, composition, brew, hodgepodge, mishmash, mingling, patchwork, pastiche, potpourri, jumble.
miscellany (noun)
potpourri, salad.
mixture (noun)
elixir, merger, mongrel, meld, stew, hybrid, mash, decoction, intermixture, emulsion, blending, amalgamate, potpourri, Interfusion.
variety (noun)

Other synonyms:

Olio, grab bag, Gallimaufry. mishmash, patchwork. Other relevant words:
backstroke, music, collect, bathing, jumble, crawl, bass, Gallimaufry, adagio, melee, pastiche, andante, Olio, breaststroke, decompression, grab bag, chant, patchwork, cannonball, cantata, air, bathe, mingling, combo, arrangement, chorus, concerto, allegro, mishmash.

Usage examples for medley

  1. There are, too, songs that seem to be a step removed from the more primitive types: there is the maze- like medley Bright sparkles," one phrase of which heads " The Black Belt"; the Easter carol, " Dust, dust and ashes"; the dirge, " My mother's took her flight and gone home"; and that burst of melody hovering over " The Passing of the First- Born"-" I hope my mother will be there in that beautiful world on high." – The Souls of Black Folk by W. E. B. Du Bois
  2. His 'Satyre of the Three Estaitis, ' performed at Coupar in 1535, besides containing other objectionable matter, is a wild medley of oaths. – A Cursory History of Swearing by Julian Sharman
  3. This was good proof in her favour, seeing that she must have perceived of late the besetting thirst he had for her company; and alone or in the medley equally. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith