American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To mix or become mixed together.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To mix together; intermingle.
- To be mixed together; become intermingled.
- n. An intermixing or intermixture.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To mix together; to intermingle.
- v. To be mixed together; to be intermingled.
- v. combine into one
- inter- + mix (Wiktionary)
“Thus the white and red do not intermix, that is, the Air and Fire, which are”
“You tend to intermix comments of race with species so much in your post.”
“There are some countries that endorse Buck's worldview and intermix God and government -- Iran and Afghanistan under Taliban rule come to mind -- but they're generally not countries the United States tries to emulate.”
“Then he turned his attention to the darkened warp core, and the matter-antimatter intermix chamber.”
“To continue to intermix the native language only slows the learning process down and the student never learns the new language very well.”
“But harder, because you have to know all this esoteric trivia, like Starfleet policies and matter/antimatter intermix ratios.”
“The problem is when hikers, bikers and dogs intermix," says Nick Hilbers , a 55-year-old hiker from Beaverton, Ore., who recently alerted local officials to an illegally made mountain-bike trail in a nearby city park.”
“Florian Hecker, BirminghamApart from a series of small speakers carefully positioned on thin metal rods throughout the space, there's not much to see in Florian Hecker's exhibition, an increasingly complex intermix of subtle sound sculptures.”
“Fashionwise, the night was a complete mix ... an intermix, if you will (oh Mihal, stop).”
“The most certain criterion of happiness that any people can have, is to be taxed… by those representatives who intermix with them, and know their circumstances….”
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