Definition of Intermixes

1. Noun. (plural of intermix) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of intermix) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Intermixes

1. intermix [v] - See also: intermix

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intermixes

intermittent mandatory ventilation
intermittent positive-pressure breathing
intermittent positive-pressure ventilation
intermittent pulse
intermittent sterilization
intermittent tetanus
intermittent torticollis
intermittently
intermitter
intermitters
intermitting
intermittingly
intermix
intermixed
intermixedly
intermixes (current term)
intermixing
intermixingly
intermixt
intermixture
intermixtures
intermobilities
intermobility
intermodal
intermodel
intermodillion
intermodillions
intermodulation
intermolar
intermolecular

Literary usage of Intermixes

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1. Handbooks of Natural Philosophy & Astronomy: Third Course, Meteorology by Dionysius Lardner (1858)
"When vapour intermixes with air, it renders it specifically lit/liter. — Since, at the same temperature and pressure, the density of the vapour of water is ..."

2. The Dublin dissector or Manual of anatomy by Robert Harrison (1854)
"This muscle is covered by and adheres to the skin: superiorly it intermixes with the occipito-frontalis, and covers the corrugator supercilii, ..."

3. A Short Description of the Human Muscles: Arranged as They Appear on by John Innes, Alexander Monro (1818)
"Inserted into the cartilages of the three inferior true ribs, and often intermixes with some fibres of the pectoral muscle. It is generally divided by three ..."

4. Paradise Lost by John Milton, Egerton Brydges (1851)
"... he intermixes other things that i wore likely enough to Imve been said and done. Adam speaks of Ere maeh in the same strain ag he lmd doue before to the ..."

5. The Seasons by James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch, John Aikin (1811)
"... themselves into every part of it ; he intermixes even in the wildest and rudest scenes, and throws a life and interest upon every surrounding object. ..."

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