mélange

[ mey-lahnzh, -lahnj ]SEE DEFINITION OF mélange
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The volumes are a melange of characters, anecdotes, and reflections.

This father seems to have made a sort of melange of some of the Pentateuchal ordinances.

Melange, get into the carriage and examine the contents of the sword-case and all the little private recesses.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, from French mélange (15c.), from mêler "to mix, mingle," from Old French mesler (see meddle).

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