Thesaurus / mixed

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The public was, as they say, of mixed materials; for the most part young men from educational institutions.
Day after day they subsisted upon this dried fish, mixed with sea-water.
LEWIS AND CLARKWILLIAM R. LIGHTON
He whirled—just in time to see the last of the mixed trio disappear into the drawing-room, and the door snap shut behind them.
It is also most mixed with words from the Cree dialect of the Algonkin.
The blue and green of the curtains and portière each seem to claim their own in the mixed and softened background of the wall.
He had his ridiculous dignity, had Mr. Prohack, and all his motives were mixed motives.
MR. PROHACKE. ARNOLD BENNETT
The London papers have much to say now about the mixed condition of party affairs in America.
TWENTY YEARS IN EUROPESAMUEL H. M. BYERS
A shirt was provided for me, painted with vermilion, mixed with grease.
THE AMERICAN INDIANSHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
There we were then—four men, a wounded bear, and a bull terrier, all mixed up together.
It not only served for meat, but when dried and pounded, and mixed with herbs, supplied the place of bread.

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