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- v. To add (an ingredient) by mixing or blending.
- v. To fit unnoticed into a surrounding.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. cause (something) to be mixed with (something else)
- v. blend or harmonize
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Courtney’s job was to fill Patrick in on all that had happened with KEM and DADO and Forge, while searching the house for clothes that would help them blend in on Second Earth.
The machines also handled mind-stuff, but mechanically channeled, focused, and projected; the result was a shifting, flickering, nightmarish distortion of emanations in which Robane and his instruments seemed to blend in constantly changing patterns.
Svenson padded quietly down the hallway — now sporting the Envoy’s black silk mask, the better to blend in with the locals — following Smythe’s directions away from the center of the house, with no idea if this path brought him anywhere near his ostensible targets of rescue.
The bringing together of four parts so dissimilar as those of the Duke and his warrior Bride, of the Athenian ladies and their lovers, of the amateur players and their woodland rehearsal, and of the fairy bickerings and overreaching; and the carrying of them severally to a point where they all meet and blend in lyrical respondence; all this is done in the same freedom from the laws that govern the drama of character and life.
The din and shuffle of several thousand people down below walking at a window shopper’s pace blend in with the faint chanting from Crazy Mac’s running school battalion off in the hills.
THE BUTCHER FOUND IT EASY to blend in with the hot-shit college students on the campus of George Washington University.
That was what nearly happened, but the one who had been coming toward her stopped to bawl out another Checker Ory did not recognize, and so she was able to slip past and blend in with a crowd of maintenance workers.
A desert creature from Earth-or from a dozen other worlds-would blend in very well with the dry country we flew over on the way here, I think.