Another word for mixture
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These nouns refer to a combination produced by mixing. Mixture has the widest application: She routinely drank a mixture of tea and honey. “He showed a curious mixture of eagerness and terror” (Francis Parkman). Blend and amalgam imply that the original components have lost their distinctness: The novel is a fascinating blend of romance and realism. The comedian's act was an amalgam of incisive wit and unceasing good humor. Admixture suggests that one of the components is dissimilar to the others: a perfume containing an essential oil with a large admixture of alcohol. A compound constitutes a new and independent entity: The school's program is a compound of scholarship and athleticism. A composite has components that may retain part of their identities: a musical suite that is a composite of operatic themes.
Another word for mixturenoun
Something produced by mixing:admixture, amalgam, amalgamation, blend, commixture, fusion, merger, mix. See assemble
A collection of various things:assortment, conglomeration, gallimaufry, hodgepodge, jumble, medley, mÃ©lange, miscellany, mishmash, mixed bag, olio, patchwork, potpourri, salmagundi, variety. (Slang) grab bag. See collect