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Synonyms for concoction

Synonyms for concoction

any foodstuff made by combining different ingredients

an occurrence of an unusual mixture

Related Words

the invention of a scheme or story to suit some purpose

the act of creating something (a medicine or drink or soup etc

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Or look at "Powder-Powered Projectile" from Cool Chemistry Concoctions, which shows you how to combine water, over-the-counter stomach medicine, and an ordinary film canister to pop the top (in a safe way, of course).
Alongside the legion of anti-aging products for women, cosmetics makers now hawk increasingly popular creams, gels and other concoctions to fight off the signs of age that besmirch young men's faces.
He Poos Clouds whips pizzicato strings, snare drums, woodwinds, and his light but affecting tenor into deceptively complex yet frothy-sounding pop concoctions, all inspired by being the butt of many a mean-spirited teen-movie joke.
Asuzu of the University of Nigeria Nsukka in Enugu and his colleagues consulted native healers about plant concoctions they prescribed for snakebites.
From cosmetics and drugs to lubricants, oils and construction materials, a vast and surprising array of concoctions is provided for the chemistry student interested in 'do it yourself' materials.
After watching countless young adult consumers desert beer to sample inexplicable energy drink/distilled spirit concoctions, Anheuser-Busch has decided to field an inexplicable energy drink/beer concoction.
These pharmaceutical concoctions have no nutritional value, and at best offer temporary amelioration of symptoms while doing nothing to address causes.
Concerns have been raised that the colorful concoctions are particularly damaging to young consumers.
Oversold as a cavalcade of kooky characters, crazy inventions, and mock-psychotic concoctions but under-theorized as an antidote to endgame self-consciousness, this biennial placed a high premium on mainstream appeal.
The shakes at other fast-food joints can't touch BK's new concoctions.
The recipes are mainly launchpads for similarly-styled concoctions you could easily devise in your own kitchen, but they are beautifully furnished with gorgeous photos that make them hard to resist.
The wonderfully versatile, soothing remedies are available in concoctions like rosemary lime, peppermint sage, lavendar and citrus, as well as seasonal holiday treats like biscotti and gingerbread.
Most of the company's products are made by a host of fledgling businesses that send their finished concoctions to Clackamas, where they are packaged in Warm Spirit containers.
These days, pampered skins are being soothed with light, airy concoctions that are the envy of every chef.
Sure, such visions were the concoctions of science fiction writers, but they reflected a sense of infinite possibility, and a society moving ever closer to utopia.