EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLEND

She divined him, moreover, to be a blend of boldness and timidity.

Gentleness and mercy should blend their benign influences with justice.

In these peculiar circumstances the old memories will blend with the new.

She had once been used to hear it and to blend her own with it.

A tendency may also be observed to blend the works and opinions of the master with those of his scholars.

Its contents were a blend of praise and blame, of exaltation and depression.

The thought is a sad one, and that song seems insensibly to blend with it.

They are a harmonious family, the Massereenes; they blend; they seldom disagree.

The floors and walk of the place seemed to blend into each other at odd angles.

It must be to the good thus to blend religion and patriotism.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BLEND

whip

verbagitate, stir up
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