intermix[ in-ter-miks ]SEE DEFINITION OF intermix
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERMIX
This is the area where the aboriginal Indian and the Tibetan most intermix.
And if it be lawful to intermix our discourse with fables, it is said that Adonis was slain by a boar.
There are, however, some other roots which might intermix, as Sansc.
Hence the Welsh llifo, to pour, p. 46, might be apt to intermix in the following.
But, after all, perhaps it is not wise to intermix fantastic ideas with the reality of our affection.
Their souls did mingle and intermix as liquid essences, whereby their souls became as one.
When taken young, they are soon rendered familiar, but they will not intermix with the domestic hogs.
Some of them have been reared in France, and they will intermix and produce with the common hogs.
Is it improper and unsafe to intermix the different powers of government in the same body of men?
Herein seems a sufficient root for river-names, but there is another which is apt to intermix, Sansc.