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- v. To mix or blend.
- v. To confuse or reverse.
- n. A mix, blend, or variety.
- n. A confusion or reversal.
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To mix up his own impudent claim with the just grievance of the other Fathers was a master-stroke.
"Well, Mas'r St. Clare got dat ar chest, he said, for dat; but I likes to mix up biscuit and hev my things on it some days, and then it an't handy a liftin 'up the lid."
Fresh-product boutiques, beauty bars, Internet companies with no warehousing that send out fresh products as you order them, and mom-and-pop companies that mix up fresh concoctions are becoming the rage.
Bloody Marys: A Swell hostess must know how to mix up a pitcher of the classic hair-of-the-dog drink.
Well, Mas'r St. Clare got dat ar chest, he said, for dat; but I likes to mix up biscuit and hev my things on it some days, and then it an't handy a liftin 'up the lid.
So, I just skipped telling my friends that my family is strict Italians who don’t wanna mix up with no dark-skin people.
He had been waiting for the castle cook to mix up his promised lunch, and hadn't noticed Kazul's arrival.
It has seemed to some absurd to mix up Theology, and Crystallography, and Political Economy, and Mythology, and Moral Philosophy, with the chatter of school-girls and the romps of the playground.