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Another word for mix

  1. To put together into one mass so that the constituent parts are more or less homogeneous

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  2. To take part in social activities

      1. To place under government or group ownership or control:
      2. To cause to accept or behave in accordance with social norms or expectations:
      3. To take part in social activities:
      1. To mix or bring together in combination:
      2. To be or become mixed or united:
      3. To associate or take part with others:
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  1. Something produced by mixing

      1. The act or process of mixing:
      2. The condition of being mixed:
      3. A combination of ingredients used in cooking or baking.
      1. The act or an instance of merging:
      2. An absorption of one corporation by another, with the corporation being absorbed losing its separate identity and governance.
      3. An absorption of a lesser estate, contract, criminal offense, right, or liability into a succeeding larger one, resulting in the extinction of the former.
      1. The act or procedure of liquefying or melting by the application of heat.
      2. The liquid or melted state induced by heat.
      3. The merging of different elements into a union:
      1. The act or process of mixing.
      2. The result of mixing; a mixture.
      1. To combine or mix (different substances) so that the constituent parts are indistinguishable from one another:
      2. To combine (varieties or grades of the same substance) to obtain a mixture of a particular character, quality, or consistency:
      3. To combine (different elements) into a single entity:
      1. The act of amalgamating or the condition resulting from this act.
      2. A consolidation or merger, as of several corporations.
      3. The production of a metal alloy of mercury.
      1. An alloy of mercury and silver used in dental fillings.
      2. An alloy of mercury and tin used in silvering mirrors.
      3. A combination of diverse elements; a mixture:
      1. The act of mixing or mingling:
      2. The state of being mingled or mixed:
      3. Something that is produced by mixing; a mixture:
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  1. To take (one thing) mistakenly for another

  2. mix-up

  3. To draw in so that extrication is difficult

Another word for mix

  1. To blend

      1. To join in marriage:
      2. To take as a spouse:
      3. To give in marriage:
      1. To move with short sliding steps, without or barely lifting the feet:
      2. To dance casually with sliding and tapping steps.
      3. To shift from position to position or move from place to place:
      1. A coloring or dyeing substance; a pigment.
      2. An imparted color; a tint.
      3. A quality that colors, pervades, or distinguishes.
      1. To soak or fill so that no more liquid may be absorbed:
      2. To supply with the maximum that can be held or contained; fill thoroughly:
      3. To cause (a substance) to unite with the greatest possible amount of another substance.
      1. To put into or introduce as if by pouring:
      2. To fill or cause to be filled with something:
      3. To steep or soak without boiling in order to extract soluble elements or active principles.
      1. To combine so as to form a new, complex product:
      2. To form or produce by chemical synthesis.
      3. To produce (sound or music) by means of a synthesizer.
      1. To pour (something) out of one vessel into another.
      2. To cause to be instilled or imparted:
      3. To diffuse through; permeate:
      1. To introduce by gradual, persistent efforts; implant:
      2. To pour in (medicine, for example) drop by drop.
      1. To spread through or over, as with liquid or light:
      2. To fill thoroughly or permeate, as with a quality or emotion:
      1. To make (ale or beer) from malt and hops by infusion, boiling, and fermentation.
      2. To make (a beverage) by boiling, steeping, or mixing various ingredients:
      3. To concoct; devise:
      1. A series of actions, changes, or functions bringing about a result:
      2. A series of operations performed in the making or treatment of a product:
      3. Progress; passage:
      1. To move or cause to move with quick light sweeping motions:
      2. To whip (eggs or cream).
      3. To move lightly, nimbly, and rapidly.
      1. To strike with a strap or rod; lash:
      2. To afflict, castigate, or reprove severely:
      3. To strike or affect in a manner similar to whipping or lashing:
      1. To strike repeatedly.
      2. To subject to repeated beatings or physical abuse; batter.
      3. To punish by hitting or whipping; flog.
      1. To pass an implement through (a liquid, for example), usually in circular motions, so as to mix or cool the contents:
      2. To use an implement to move or rearrange the fuel in (a fire) to increase light or heat.
      3. To add or mix in (an ingredient, for example) into a liquid or mixture by moving an implement:
      1. To mix and work into a uniform mass, as by folding, pressing, and stretching with the hands:
      2. To make or shape by or as if by folding, pressing, and stretching with the hands.
      3. To squeeze, press, or roll with the hands, as in massaging:
      1. To join or become joined by twining together.
      1. To pass (troops, for example) surreptitiously into enemy-held territory.
      2. To penetrate with hostile intent:
      3. To enter or take up positions in gradually or surreptitiously, as for purposes of espionage or takeover:
      1. To make impure by adding extraneous, improper, or inferior ingredients.
      2. Spurious; adulterated.
      3. Adulterous.
      1. To weave together.
      2. To blend together; intermix.
      3. To intertwine.
      1. To make (cloth) by interlacing the threads of the weft and the warp on a loom.
      2. To interlace (threads, for example) into cloth.
      3. To construct by interlacing or interweaving strips or strands of material:
      1. To make homogeneous.
      2. To reduce to particles and disperse throughout a fluid.
      3. To make uniform in consistency, especially to render (milk) uniform in consistency by emulsifying the fat content.
      1. To mix or become mixed together.
      1. To become blended.
      2. To cause to blend together; mix.
      1. To cause to move with violence or sudden force.
      2. To upset; disturb:
      3. To arouse interest in (a cause, for example) by use of the written or spoken word; discuss or debate.
      1. To combine so as to form a whole; mix:
      2. To produce or create by combining two or more ingredients or parts; compose or make up:
      3. To settle (a debt, for example) by agreeing on an amount less than the claim; adjust.
      1. A metallic solid or liquid that is composed of a homogeneous mixture of two or more metals or of metals and nonmetal or metalloid elements, usually for the purpose of imparting or increasing specific characteristics or properties:
      2. A mixture; an amalgam:
      3. The relative degree of mixture with a base metal; fineness.
      1. To unite (one thing) with something else already in existence:
      2. To admit as a member to a corporation or similar organization.
      3. To cause to merge or combine together into a united whole.
      1. To combine into a unified or integrated whole; unite.
      2. To mix or alloy (a metal) with mercury.
      3. To become combined; unite.
      1. To mix or become mixed together.
      1. To be or become mixed.
      2. To cause to mix.
      1. To commingle; blend.
      1. To breed with individuals of another species, subspecies, or variety; crossbreed:
      2. To breed regularly with others of the same kind:
      3. To cause to interbreed.
      1. To produce hybrids; crossbreed.
      2. To form base pairs between complementary regions of two strands of DNA that were not originally paired.
      3. To cause to produce a hybrid; crossbreed.
      1. An upright post with a transverse piece near the top, on which condemned persons were executed in ancient times.
      2. The cross upon which Jesus was crucified.
      3. A crucifix.
      1. To declare or display (a card or combination of cards in a hand) for inclusion in one's score in various card games, such as pinochle.
      2. To present a meld.
      3. A combination of cards to be declared for a score.
      1. To bring into a state of unity; make united:
      2. To join (two or more substances) to make a single substance, such as a chemical compound; mix.
      3. To have, exhibit, or involve in combination:
      1. To bring together so as to form a whole:
      2. To combine (people) in interest, attitude, or action:
      3. To join (a couple) in marriage.
      1. To mix or bring together in combination:
      2. To be or become mixed or united:
      3. To associate or take part with others:
      1. To come or grow together into a single mass:
      2. To come together as a recognizable whole or entity:
      3. To come together for a single purpose:
      1. To combine or unite into a single entity:
      2. To become combined or united:
      1. A cord of readily combustible material that is lighted at one end to carry a flame along its length to detonate an explosive at the other end.
      2. A mechanical or electrical mechanism used to detonate an explosive charge or device such as a bomb or grenade:
      3. To equip with a mechanical or electrical fuse.
      1. To combine or mix (different substances) so that the constituent parts are indistinguishable from one another:
      2. To combine (varieties or grades of the same substance) to obtain a mixture of a particular character, quality, or consistency:
      3. To combine (different elements) into a single entity:
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  2. To confuse

      1. To mix together or intertwine in a confused mass; snarl:
      2. To catch or ensnare in an intertwined or confused mass:
      3. To involve in a complicated situation or in circumstances from which it is difficult to disengage:
      1. To mix in a confused way; throw together carelessly:
      2. To muddle; confuse:
      3. To be mixed in a confused way:
      1. A state or an instance of confusion; a muddle:
      2. A fight or melee.
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  3. To associate

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Synonym Study

  • Fuse means to unite by melting together and stresses the indissoluble nature of the union
  • Coalesce implies a union or growing together of things into a single body or mass the factions coalesced into a party of opposition
  • Merge stresses the loss of distinction of elements by combination or may suggest the total absorption of one thing in another the companies merged to form a large corporation
  • Blend implies a mixing of different varieties to produce a desired quality a blended tea, whiskey, etc. or the mingling of different elements to form an inseparable or harmonious whole a novel blending fact and fiction
  • Mingle usually implies that the separate elements can be distinguished mingled feelings of joy and sorrow
  • Mix implies a combining of things so that the resulting substance is uniform in composition, whether or not the separate elements can be distinguished to mix paints