Definitions

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  • adj. Not mixable, not able to mix

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  • adj. (chemistry, physics) incapable of mixing

Etymologies

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un- +‎ mixable

Examples

  • But racial categories are not unmixable, and code switching is not a paradox.

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  • If racial categories really were unmixable, then code switching would be a paradox.

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  • I respected him right enough in his place, as I trust he respected me in mine, but though fate thought fit for the present to place us in the one groove, yet our lives were unmixable commodities as oil and water, which lay apart and would never meet until taken in hand by the omnipotent leveller -- death.

    My Brilliant Career

  • His ultimate mixable particles can be compared only with the Daltonian atom, not with the molecule of the modern physicist, and his ` ` infinite, self-powerful, and unmixable '' particles are not comparable with anything but the ether of the modern physicist, with which hypothetical substance they have many points of resemblance.

    A History of Science: in Five Volumes. Volume I: The Beginnings of Science

  • Surely the three ingredients seem unmixable; yet when poured into the crucible of

    The Palmy Days of Nance Oldfield

  • This event will mix the formerly unmixable, such as horse and ATV riders.

    Photos - DesMoinesRegister.com

  • So what I'm saying, keep the races, religions and cultures separate as much as possible, there's not one good reason to force the mixing of the unmixable.

    Pestiside.hu

  • In an attempt to please everyone, History seems to have mixed two unmixable genres.

    The Michigan Daily

  • He expertly mixes what seems like unmixable material.

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  • The bowl contains one or two elements which will only mix with the others at a certain temperature, and as an experiment it is successful because I have kept the unmixable elements in suspension, though the liquid has gone cold. "

    The Man Who Knew

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