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Definition of "intermixture" [in•ter•mix•ture]

  • A mass formed by mixture; a mass of ingredients mixed. (noun)
  • Admixture; an additional ingredient. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "intermixture" in a sentence
  • "The intermixture is the more complicated because one cannot attempt to distinguish a race by physical characteristics, by their personal appearance or features as marking descent from one stock."
  • "So strangely were good and evil intermixed in the character of these celebrated brethren; and the intermixture was the secret of their gigantic power."
  • "In Beaumont and Fletcher's tragedies the comic scenes are rarely so interfused amidst the tragic as to produce a unity of the tragic on the whole, without which the intermixture is a fault."