Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To blend or mingle so as to form a union.

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  • verb transitive To blend or mingle so as to form a union.

Etymologies

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From inter- +‎ blend.

Examples

  • Spirit soils and atmosphere interblend and produce trees, shrubs, flowers, and the cereals, but the human being, after the second birth, ceases to reproduce his species.

    Strange Visitors

  • The success of all incarnations depends upon the complete unison of voice and mind, the interblend of which, produces the dynamic intonation, that chords with the inward rhythmic vibrations of the soul.

    The light of Egypt; or, The science of the soul and the stars

  • They so interblend that, the dividing line cannot be detected by the untrained eye of the exact scientist.

    The light of Egypt; or, The science of the soul and the stars

  • And the creole street-cries, uttered in a sonorous, far-reaching high key, interblend and produce random harmonies very pleasant to hear.

    Two Years in the French West Indies

  • Although the loftiest, sweetest music of the soul is yet unwritten, its faint articulations interblend with the jangling discords of life, as the chimes of distant bells float through the roar of winds and waves, and chant to imperilled hearts the songs of hope and gladness. "

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 10, No. 57, July, 1862

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