'ʃæmblz noun +a condition of great disorder +a building where animals are butchered shambles|shambled|shambling'ʃæmbl noun +walking with a slow dragging motion without lifting your feet verb +walk by dragging one's feet
I can't find anything in this shambles. The campaign degenerated into a complete shambles.
Advanced English Dictionary
(a shambles) noun [sing.] (informal) 1 a situation in which there is a lot of confusion or disorder Synonym: MESS The press conference was a complete shambles. + What a shambles! + The government is in a shambles over Europe. + He's made an absolute shambles of his career. 2 a place which is dirty or untidy Synonym: MESS The house was a shambles.
Random quote: Silence is a fence around wisdom.: German proverb