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Definition of "intermixing" [intermixing]

  • Present participle of intermix. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "intermixing" in a sentence
  • "The Michigan Chronicle called it a victory for “an increasingly vociferous element in the community” who demanded that people like Jones, “who exist by the skillful intermixing of religion, fear, faith in God, and outright fakery solely for personal aggrandizement be driven from their lofty perches.”"
  • "She says that the reason surplus men in the American West didn't take Native American women as brides was that "their particular Anglo-Saxon breed of racism precluded intermixing.""
  • "In the process it throws up questions—about the extent of Burns's authorship, and the aesthetic and political considerations behind the deliberate "intermixing" of Scots and English—that add resonance to the old song, even as they remain unanswerable."