It is often the apparently ill-assorted pairs who get on best.
The Protestant reformers believed with utter seriousness that husbands and wives could and should help each other to heaven; ill-assorted unions on the other hand were a diurnal occasion of grave sin.
When the dust settled, Del Bosque was left with a strange, ill-assorted , albeit supremely-talented bunch.
This ill-assorted collection of stained and battered books - I have mentioned only a few here - still have strange gleams of magic about them.
The shop is a meeting place for a bunch of ill-assorted political fanatics united only in their effort to arouse some extremism in the over-moderate British.
I saw nothing of the man but his posture of loose-limbed, helpless drunkenness and the ill-assorted covering of filthy clothing that concealed it.
Apart from three framed canvasses, two of which are hung on the walls here, I have nothing more than a few bundles of disorganised and ill-assorted sketches.
The cast consists of ill-assorted schoolboys and workmen, turned gradually into a competent team.
Million Dollar Baby almost crazily tries to hold the ill-assorted gritty details together with depressive grandiosity, and I guess in some inchoate way Eastwood is entertaining epic pretensions.
The fog burned away as the morning drew on, and Bahzell's heart rose as his ill-assorted party moved more briskly than he'd dared hope.