intermixture[ in-ter-miks-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF intermixture
Synonyms for intermixture
Antonyms for intermixture
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERMIXTURE
They are obtained by crossing, or by the intermixture of one kind with another.
Austria-Hungary, intermixture of races and religions in, 403.
The Objections to Intermixture of Inmates are briefly stated.
Turk elements of intermixture in families other than the Turk.
Still, I think, that intermixture was the rule, and purity of blood the exception.
Hitherto the opportunities of intermixture have been but slight.
The history of the displacement and intermixture is complex.
Hadrian forbade the intermixture of men and women in the public baths.
He has, however, been modified by intermixture with two other races.
The Slavonic stock seems to have been derived from this intermixture of races.