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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of intermix.

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Examples

  • I can't tell you how many times I've caught hell in several restaurants, laundromats, and arcades for inadvertently handing them a Canadian coin intermixed with the American stuff.

    Pizza Patr�n's Peculiar Pecuniary Peso-Paying Predicament

  • A stout champion in the person of Tom Redworth was left on British land; but for some reason past analysis, intermixed, that is, among a swarm of sensations, Diana named her champion to herself with the formal prefix: perhaps because she knew

    Diana of the Crossways — Volume 2

  • A stout champion in the person of Tom Redworth was left on British land; but for some reason past analysis, intermixed, that is, among a swarm of sensations, Diana named her champion to herself with the formal prefix: perhaps because she knew a man's Christian name to be dangerous handling.

    Diana of the Crossways — Complete

  • It is an unequal yoking of things together that will not agree together; as bad as for the Jews to have ploughed with an ox and an ass or to have sown divers sorts of grain intermixed.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)

  • It is a great ease to my conscience that I have written so elaborate and useful a discourse without one grain of satire intermixed, which is the sole point wherein I have taken leave to dissent from the famous originals of our age and country.

    A Tale of a Tub

  • Access, in particular read access, needs to be very efficient, even when used in typical I / O fashion (lots of small calls intermixed with other file I / O).

    Planet GNOME

  • Actually, screw all of the above-I prefer intermixed, which is a nice word for miscegenation, which is another keystone of this town's identity.

    World Hum

  • Both types are "intermixed" in our moral judgments.

    Natural Virtue

  • For example, Burger King is currently running commercials featuring "Whopper Virgins", one of the remote groups they found to do the taste testing are Inuits who have not "intermixed" with the large white population like other N.A. in the United States have.

    Entertainment Weekly's Hollywood Insider

  • 'intermixed' in the effect, in two ways, which are typified respectively by Mechanical and Chemical action.

    Logic Deductive and Inductive

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