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Synonyms for mixed

Synonyms for mixed

Synonyms for mixed

consisting of a haphazard assortment of different kinds

involving or composed of different races


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When I have mixed this honey with the paste of the bread-fruit," said he, "I shall be able to offer you a succulent cake.
Each of the explosions from below had thrown out from the well-hole, as if it had been the mouth of a cannon, a mass of fine sand mixed with blood, and a horrible repulsive slime in which were great red masses of rent and torn flesh and fat.
Another person mixed up in that business and no other, a person in a wretched state, comes here to-night and is seen a-speaking to your maid-servant; and between her and your maid-servant there passes a paper that I would give a hundred pound for, down.
Aristotle's mixed constitution springs from a recognition of sectional interests in the state.
Ladislaw should pay at least two visits during the year to the Grange, and there came gradually a small row of cousins at Freshitt who enjoyed playing with the two cousins visiting Tipton as much as if the blood of these cousins had been less dubiously mixed.
They were the mixed result of young and noble impulse struggling amidst the conditions of an imperfect social state, in which great feelings will often take the aspect of error, and great faith the aspect of illusion.
The little dark gentleman, with the distinguished air and the easy, correct speech, who had mixed his brandy and soda, had disappeared.
He's nobody of any account but he always seems to be mixed up in any little trouble I find myself in.
But though he was so entirely free from that mixed passion, of which we there treated, and of which the virtues and beauty of Sophia formed so notable an object; yet was he altogether as well furnished with some other passions, that promised themselves very full gratification in the young lady's fortune.
These, however, were so mixed and confusing that I could make nothing of them.
My friends, I will not be mixed up and confounded with others.
With these preachers of equality will I not be mixed up and confounded.
Three-component, internal-mix foaming polyester system meters both catalyst and blowing agent, which are mixed with resin at the gun.
He presented figures detailing the increase in mixed paper relative to OCC on the domestic and export markets, saying that mixed paper is collected at a pace of 62 percent, compared to OCC for domestic consumption, and from 60 percent to 70 percent of OCC for the export markets.
The combination of the blends described here and 2 percent diesel fuel resulted in a mixture that mixed relatively easily and appeared to consolidate well.