blend in

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Related to blend in: blend into, commingles
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Synonyms for blend in

cause (something) to be mixed with (something else)

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He went to the school fete and tried to blend in, offering help with carrying tables.
Thieves always try to blend in so they don't look suspicious and get caught.
It seems you either begin your individualized pantheon of significant painters with Dunham or you risk leaving him out altogether, since one of his most striking characteristics as an artist is that he just doesn't blend in with the crowd.
It's where day laborers crossing the low river from the other side try to avoid the scrutiny of the men in green vans and blend in with the people downtown.
Consumers say they want their heart of the home space to be comfortable, inviting and highly functional and are looking for a suite of appliances that blend in versus stand out.